Hydrogen Fueling Stations
When thinking about an electric car a few years ago, the range of the car and the possibilities for charging were major stumbling blocks in deciding whether or not to choose this car. This has now changed and the driving distances of most EVs are sufficient to get through an entire day, and there is a charging station in almost every residential area to charge your EV. It is not yet ideal, of course, because the speeds at which the batteries charge vary from vehicle to vehicle and charging point to charging point, and it still takes quite a bit of time to charge on the road.
The use of hydrogen in the transport sector therefore seems a logical step. Refueling will again be a snap and the vehicle’s range will once again be around 500 to 600 km, ensuring that you will no longer have to argue with your neighbor about who can be at the charging station when. The number of hydrogen-powered cars to be delivered will grow in the coming years, and refueling infrastructure is being hard at work. As with charging stations, within a few years there will be nothing stopping you from being on the road using this sustainable mode of transportation.