Hydrogen vehicles on the Road

Transporting Future on Hydrogen

Hydrogen vehicles produce their electricity through a chemical reaction between hydrogen and oxygen in a fuel cell stack. Refueling their hydrogen tanks from a pump takes less than five minutes, and once on the road, you’ll enjoy smooth zero tailpipe emission journeys.

Hydrogen powered vehicles

Producing clean hydrogen fuel from renewables offers an efficient and environmentally-friendly way to decarbonise sectors (eg long-haul transportation), where it’s traditionally been difficult to reduce emissions.

The benefits of utilising renewable hydrogen fuels in these challenging applications go even further: from improving air quality in urban areas to enhancing energy security.

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Hydrogen fuel for all transportation types

Hydrogen fuel - in its range of forms -  is being put to the test by many types of transportation: from cars, trains and forklifts to ships, submarines and rockets.

Building on the success of liquid hydrogen fuel in space travel (including NASA Space Shuttles), aerospace companies across the globe are pursuing hydrogen as fuel for both crewed and uncrewed planes.   

Within the automotive sector, successful hydrogen fuel trials have led to the mass production of small private vehicles, as well as military transport and heavy goods vehicles, such as parcel delivery trucks.

Hydrogen fuel technology is also helping to reduce CO2 emissions and fossil fuel dependence in public transport. Alongside buses in Poland and tramcars in China, there are trials underway with commuter-filled trains in Germany, Japan and the UK.

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What is Hydrogen Fuel?

Towards netzero economy Hydrogen clean-burning fuel

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