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EU Investigates the Potential of Hydrogen on TEN-T road network


The TEN-T project HIT -Hydrogen Infrastructure for Transport-addresses the issue of how local hydrogen ’hotspots‘ in four countries (France, Sweden, Denmark and the Netherlands) can be turned into local markets for Hydrogen Refuelling Stations (HRS) with a sufficient critical mass of users and vehicles. It also looks at how this can be further integrated into the TEN-T road network for long distance transport and mobility. The project will put forward recommendations to allow policymakers and infrastructure managers to develop and use effective support schemes for a viable hydrogen infrastructure roll-out in the European Union. The project is set to be completed by the end of 2014. For more information, please consult the HIT project’s page.