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UK H2Mobility: potential for hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles - phase 1 results

Brings together industry and government to evaluate how hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles can help to decarbonise road transport.

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UK H2Mobility: phase 1 results

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UK H2Mobility: synopsis of phase 1 results

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H2Mobility brings together the utility, gas, infrastructure, fuel retail and car manufacturing sectors with three government departments. The project evaluated the potential for hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) to contribute to the decarbonising road transport.

UK H2Mobility is looking at potential barriers to overcome and potential investment required to make the UK a leading global player in the hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles market. It sets out a roadmap to commercialise hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles in the UK from 2015.

The H2Mobility evaluation phase was completed at the end of 2012. This report summarises key findings and outlines a scenario for the roll-out of hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles to consumers. Phase 2, to develop a business case, started in March 2013.

Published 25 April 2013