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Sustainable and zero-emission solutions are being extensively promoted but a commercial transition to these solutions poses several challenges, such as cost, infrastructure, ecosystem complexities, and many more.​

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  • 5 recommendations for Fleet Operators to support their decarbonization goals
  • Findings from researchers that evaluate the role of hydrogen vs direct electrification
  • Learn about techno-commercial road-maps across sub-domains and supporting infrastructure.

What is the role of Hydrogen in transport decarbonization, especially for fleets? ​

Policies and government incentives are driving the transition of road transport to decarbonized solutions. European governments have announced a well-defined roadmap for transitioning to decarbonization solutions. Despite the intense efforts, techno-commercial challenges remain for the large-scale adoption of alternate solutions.

The policies focusing on hydrogen are a strong initiative to lead the transition of fleets towards decarbonization with several funding opportunities but selecting the right one and putting in a strong application might be difficult for small to medium-scale fleet operators.​

Fleet decarbonization is facing challenges based on the current state of alternative powertrains. ​Research suggests electrification is more promising. Electrification and biofuels have been primary choices for large fleet operators to reduce emission​. Fleet operators need to accelerate their decarbonization transition by leveraging government funding schemes and incentives. ​

Strong innovation is improving the performance of fuel cells could accelerate their adoption roadmap 

Strong effort on innovation is improving hydrogen storage materials to facilitate efficient utilization for commercial applications. What’s more, novel powertrain designs such as Polymer Electrolyte and Solid Oxide Fuel Cells could emerge as reliable power sources to replace diesel engines making Hydrogen Trucks a reality by 2030.

Recent developments on catalysts are key to the future of fuel cell technology and the large-scale commercialization of clean electric power for transportation, as they can reduce fuel cell costs, by reducing the use of precious metals, improve durability through innovative catalyst layer designs, and increase robustness to a range of operating conditions.

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