Where does hydrogen make sense in transport?

Hydrogen is not yet ready for use as a fuel in light passenger vehicles, but we must not discount its promise altogether, as outlined in this report from ARS Technica.


For transport that runs on fixed routes, such as railways, or trucking routes, or in ports and airports, hydrogen offers huge advantages and is less hindered by the relative lack of infrastructure – according to Frank Weber, board member of BMW, hydrogen fuel cells offer one of few viable routes to zero emissions heavy vehicles.


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