Battery efficiency needs a breakthrough and may be an interim technology. Fuel Cells with 60% well-to-wheel CO2 reduction and all that natural gas as a feedstock, may be the answer across many products.
2012 was an exceptionally busy year, however, with the New Year already underway, we wanted to look ahead and to share with you (with the help of our friends at Fuel Cell Today), some developments to look forward to in 2013.
A number of automotive companies will continue their plans for commercialisation:
- The GreenGT H2 will become the first fuel cell vehicle to enter the Le Mans 24 hour race, taking place on 22nd and 23rd June 2013
- Hyundai will increase the number of its ix35 FCEV available for projects and demonstrations; the Korean automaker has said it will make up to 1,000 of the vehicles available before a full commercial launch in 2015
- The UKH2Mobility programme will announce its ‘end of phase 1’ achievements in the form of an external report – more details to follow
With a focus on meeting the global…
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