Auto2x Perspectives: New Hydrogen Fuel Cell Mobility 2025
£2,899 | Buy now Hydrogen mobility presents significant growth opportunities in the next decade as a cleaner alternative to battery electric vehicles. In this report, we examine the roadmaps of carmakers to transition to Fuel cell portfolios as well as the evolution of market dynamics.
Hydrogen Fuel Cell mobility to complement electrification in the 2020s
Hydrogen Fuel Cell mobility presents significant growth opportunities in the next decade as a cleaner alternative to battery electric vehicles.
With recent innovation to reduce the cost of distribution and storage and Governments around the globe led by China and Europe promoting hydrogen for further decarbonization, hydrogen fuel cell technology will see accelerated penetration in Commercial vehicle applications.
- Europe is taking a new hydrogen strategy for heavier vehicles, including buses, trucks, trains, and ships.
- Japan is targeting 1,200 new fuel cell buses by 2030 and 10,000 Fuel Cell forklifts by 2030.
- South Korea’s Hydrogen Economy Roadmap announced in January 2019, aims at developing 40,000 FC buses and 30000 trucks by 2040
In this report, we examine the roadmaps of carmakers to expand their portfolios towards Fuel cell car portfolios as well as the evolution of market dynamics. For more information on their electrification roadmaps including BEV and PHEV and read our report Auto2x Perspectives in Electrification 2025
Table of contents
1.PESTLE analysis for Hydrogen Fuel Cell Mobility
2.The status of Hydrogen Fuel Cell adoption in Mobility
- Fuel cell penetration in Passenger Car sales 2014-H1’20 vs 2025
- FCV penetration in new car sales in Europe 2014-H1’20
- South Korea
- Other key geographies
- Competition & Roadmaps of leading carmakers
- Technology innovation in catalysts
- Platinum catalysts
3.Hydrogen Mobility in Commercial Vehicles & Buses
- Penetration in China, Europe, USA and
- Business Models
- Roadmaps of key players
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