UK H2Mobility

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  • Toyota Mirai Fuel Cell Vehicle
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  • Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell

The UK H2Mobility Project is a partnership of UK industry leaders and Government, working to make hydrogen-fuelled transport a reality.

  1. The Goal

    The Goal

    To support the introduction of hydrogen as a transport fuel by developing and implementing a strategy that will help to decarbonise road transport, create economic growth, diversify energy supply and improve local environments.

  2. The Roadmap

    The Roadmap

    The partnership has drawn up a roadmap detailing how the UK can build a hydrogen refuelling infrastructure to support the introduction of Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEVs). Initially the focus will be to build an infrastructure serving metropolitan areas and the major routes which link them, progressing to nationwide coverage by 2030.

  3. The Benefits

    The Benefits

    FCEVs have the potential to deliver wide and lasting environmental and economic benefits. These include zero harmful emissions, a pathway to complete decarbonisation of road fuels and economic benefits arising from new manufacturing of hydrogen vehicles, refuelling stations and the hydrogen fuel itself. With a refuelling infrastructure in place, hydrogen will become a viable fuel for transport and the UK will be in a strong position to maximise the opportunities it will offer.


  1. UKH2Mobility Release 2017 Communication Pack Summary

    31 January 2017
    Communication Pack 2017

    UKH2Mobility has released a communication pack summarising the progress made by the group and pointing to the next steps which will be taken by the partners. Communication pack…

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  2. Multi-million pound fund to get hydrogen cars moving

    09 October 2014

    The arrival of hydrogen cars on UK roads is a step closer as the Business Minister Matthew Hancock announced up to £11 million of funding. The arrival of…

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