As concerns about climate change mount, hydrogen fuel cell technology is seeing increased traction.
When it comes to climate change, transportation is a key consideration: it makes up roughly 30% of greenhouse gas emissions in the US, and 14% globally.
And yet, electric vehicles — which many believe are necessary to decarbonize the sector — have yet to become mainstream on a global level.
This is largely due to the fact that consumers remain wary of committing to fully electric vehicles. Concerns over range length and lack of a charging infrastructure persist, and the majority of EVs rely on lithium-ion batteries, which can take hours to re-charge and remain limited in terms of overall lifespan.