UK pushing for hydrogen car future

The UK has just come out with a new joint government-industry report that calls for Britain to become a global leader in hydrogen car technology and projects a market share for hydrogen powered cars of 30-50 percent by 2050.

The report, published by the UKH2Mobility consortium, is designed to help build a road map towards introducing both hydrogen powered cars and a hydrogen refueling instrastructure in the UK beginning in 2015. ย  ย UKH2Mobility includes the car companies Daimler, Hyundai, Nissan, and Toyota, along with several energy companies, auto parts suppliers, and the British government.

The plan calls for a basic initial network of 65 hydrogen refueling stations, which would be placed into service on national truck routes and in high population areas. ย  Over time, the amount of refueling stations would increase, with 1,150 operating by 2030.

via: Financial Times

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