What is this hydrogen fuel cell hype I am hearing?

What is this hydrogen fuel cell hype I am hearing?

Let's chart the partnerships that are tackling hydrogen technology to get an idea if this fuel is bound to take off.

The hydrogen hype is real. After all, well over 800,000 hydrogen fuel cell commercial trucks – including both heavy-duty and medium-duty trucks – will be sold by 2035, according to a study by Information Trends. But, how viable is it in the commercial and passenger automotive sectors, really?

While we can’t see the future, we have a good idea of where both the commercial vehicle industry and the passenger automotive sectors are heading and where they cross over in this episode of the Amped EV Podcast. We chart the numerous partnerships that have come together to tackle hydrogen, tout the latest technology from a host of equipment manufacturers and give you our takes on whether hydrogen will take off.

Here’s the rundown of stories we plugged in this episode for reference:

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