The UKH2Mobility report on hydrogen vehicles has been published, providing further details and background to the findings published on 4 February 2013. It predicts over one and a half million hydrogen powered vehicles could be on UK roads by 2030.
The UKH2Mobility project – which brings together leading businesses from the automotive, energy, infrastructure and retail sectors with government – produced the report to provide a ‘roadmap’ for the introduction of vehicles and hydrogen refuelling infrastructure in the UK.
The project was established to evaluate the benefits of hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) to the UK and to develop a roadmap for the introduction of vehicles and hydrogen refuelling infrastructure.
There are currently twelve industry participants (below) in UKH2Mobility together with three UK government departments – The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, The Department for Transport and the Department for Energy and Climate Change in addition to the European Fuel Cells & Hydrogen Joint Undertaking.
? Air Liquide SA
? Daimler AG
? Hyundai Motor Company
? Intelligent Energy Limited
? ITM Power plc
? Johnson Matthey plc
? Nissan Motor Manufacturing (UK) Ltd
? Scottish & Southern Energy plc
? The BOC Group Limited
? Toyota Motor Corporation