“Water in the tank”
Electric cars will one day dominate Germany’s roads, but in the meantime cars with fuel cells that generate power from hydrogen could contribute to the country’s transition in transportation, Lukas Weber writes for Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung's website. Leading companies from the car, natural gas and fossil fuel industries have now teamed up in order to establish a comprehensive infrastructure for hydrogen cars in Germany, Weber writes. The H2 Mobility consortium plans to operate up to 100 filling stations in the country by 2018 and a further 300 by 2023, which would make Germany the hydrogen car leader, he says.
Read the article in German here.
For more information, see the CLEW factsheet The role of biofuel and hydrogen in Germany's transport Energiewende.