Is There Still A Place For Hydrogen Fuel Cells In Vehicles?

For some time, electric vehicles and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles duked it out for superiority in the burgeoning zero tailpipe emission market.

But over the last few years, as electric vehicles have improved in their range capabilities, price, and battery longevity (not to mention recharging capabilities) we’ve seen electric vehicles leave hydrogen fuel cell ones in the dust.

In some markets — like California, parts of Europe, and Japan, it’s possible to buy or lease a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle. But for the most part, the lack of refueling infrastructure means there’s a very limited number of places you can travel to with one.  So we have to ask: is there still a place for hydrogen fuel cell technology in the zero emission vehicle landscape of the future?

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