Italian plan for 8.5 million fuel cell vehicles by 2050

July 12, 2016

New proposals will see millions of fuel cell vehicles on Italian roads in the next three decades. 

Under the plan, 27,000 fuel cell vehicles would be on the roads in less than 10 years and by 2050 there would be 8.5 million fuel cell vehicles, supported by a network of 5,000 refuelling stations.  

The strategy, prepared by Mobile Hydrogen Italy (MH2IT), supports the government’s national plan for infrastructure, which will be presented to the European Commission in November as part of an international commitment to increase the use of alternative fuels.

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