20 April 2017
In 2050, 113 million fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) could save up to 68 million tonnes of fuel and almost 200 million tonnes of carbon emissions. As such, they could make a significant contribution to reducing energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions in the transport sector.
That is the conclusion reached in the Shell hydrogen study entitled “Energy of the future? Sustainable mobility through fuel cells and H2”, which Shell and the Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy jointly produced and officially published today in Berlin, the main focus of which is the mobility sector.