Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles have once again made an appearance at a major car show as two new models made their European debuts in Geneva – highlighting the increasing need to develop a hydrogen infrastructure to support the roll out of fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs).
What is the hydrogen infrastructure like in the capital of the UK?
There are two hydrogen refilling stations (HRS) in London already open to the public and another five are planned for this year. Throughout the UK, 13 HRS will be operating in 2016 and this is expected to increase to create a national network of 65 filling stations in Britain by 2020, concentrated in the busiest parts of the country. This network will create the basics for accommodating widespread FCEV deployment, reaching 1150 HRS sites by 2030 and providing close-to-home refuelling for the whole of the UK.
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