Could local authorities build hydrogen infrastructure?
As car companies start to ramp up low volume production of fuel cell vehicles the major stumbling block globally is a hydrogen refuelling infrastructure. The question is who is responsible for building such a thing? The car companies? Governments? Fuel companies? All of the above? Cost is a major issue: too expensive for many company and authorities while the oil giants have an infrastructure do they want to hand it over to a rival fuel?
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