More than 1.6 million hydrogen-fuel-cell electric vehicles could be on U.K. roads by 2030, but a new government report says a network of refueling stations is key to the successful introduction of the FCEVs. The UK H2 Mobility project, established to evaluate the benefits of FCEVs to the U.K. and to develop a roadmap for the introduction of the vehicles and a refueling infrastructure, says the rollout should strike a balance between maximum consumer convenience and the investment ...

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