Hydrogen Filling Stations
When we thought of an electric car a few years ago, the range of the car and the possibilities for charging were major stumbling blocks in choosing whether or not to use an electric driven car. This has now changed and the driving distances of most EVs are sufficient to get through a whole day and you can find a charging station in almost every residential area to charge your EV. It is of course not ideal yet, because the speeds at which the batteries are charged differ per vehicle and charging point and it still takes quite a lot of time to charge on the road.
The use of hydrogen in the transportation sector therefore seems a logical step. Refueling can be done in the blink of an eye and the range of the vehicle is again around 500 to 600 km, which means that you no longer have to discuss with your neighbor who can be at the charging station and when. The number of hydrogen-powered cars to be delivered will grow in the coming years, and hard work is underway on the infrastructure for refueling. Just like with charging stations, within a few years nothing will stand in the way of being on the road by means of this sustainable mode of transport.