Exclusive Hydrogen Council column: Net zero isn’t a zero-sum game in transport – both battery and fuel cell electric vehicles are needed

November 10, 2021

The movement of people and goods throughout society has always depended on more than one technology. Different individuals, businesses, geographies and segments of the transportation system have different needs and no single solution can meet all of them alone.

This continues to be true as we look towards a clean mobility future.

We are convinced that reaching net zero in global transportation is not a zero-sum, single solution game. Instead, we need a combination of technologies with different strengths – namely battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) – to create a system that is greener, and to do so faster and cheaper than pursuing just one of these options in isolation.

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