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Auto Tech Report - Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles and Refuelling Infrastructure Market

Auto Tech Report - Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles and Refuelling Infrastructure Market

Publication Date: 06/01/2016
Number of Pages: 123

In order for OEMs to comply with impending CO2 legislation and regional emissions targets, alternative propulsion vehicles are entering OEM product portfolios. Hybridisation of the conventional powertrain is now commonplace, but these vehicles will not fully decarbonise the vehicle parc; zero emission vehicles, like BEVs (Battery Electric Vehicles) and FCEVs (Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles), are seen as long-term solutions for low carbon mobility. While BEVs and FCEVs are often compared, the latter is not limited by autonomy (range) and charging time. There is a potential for FCEVs to play an important role in future mass-market mobility. The market is now into the third wave of FCEVs from OEMs. Is now the time for the FCEV to establish itself in the market, or will it remain a niche application?

 

Contents

GLOSSARY

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

INTRODUCTION
Background
Hydrogen fuel-cell electric vehicle timeline

HYDROGEN FUEL CELL ELECTRIC VEHICLE MARKET
SWOT analysis
Barriers to market adoption
BEVs versus FCEVs
Batteries

HYDROGEN FUEL CELL ELECTRIC VEHICLE COMPONENTS
Powertrain components
Hydrogen fuel cells
Hydrogen storage

OEM ACTIVITIES, STRATEGY, AND FCEV MODEL PRODUCTION FORECASTS
Toyota, BMW, and Mazda
Hyundai Kia
Ford, Daimler, and Nissan
GM and Honda
Volkswagen Group
FCA, PSA, and Tesla
FCEV models by OEM
Global passenger FCEV production forecast

GLOBAL HYDROGEN MARKET

HYDROGEN REFUELLING INFRASTRUCTURE
Delivery of hydrogen to hydrogen refueling stations
Hydrogen refueling station costs
Hydrogen as a fuel
Electrolysers
Power-to-gas energy storage
Energy companies, renewable power, and hydrogen
Grid-to-motor efficiencies
The hydrogen economy
Hydrogen pipelines
Hydrogen refueling station deployments and forecasts

OTHER HYDROGEN FUEL CELL ELECTRIC VEHICLES

SUMMARY

COMPANY PROFILES

HYBRID-EV PORTAL SERVICE