At least a dozen automakers are set to enter the market over the next few years


DUBLIN, June 25, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The report “Global Market for Hydrogen Fueling Stations, 2021” has been added to offer.

This is a comprehensive global study of the current state and future prognosis of hydrogen fuel cell (FCV) passenger vehicles. The study is based on several years of research that the publisher is carrying out in this booming market.

The study analyzes the market and provides an in-depth discussion on the adoption of these vehicles. The study analyzes the FCV deployment strategies of suppliers involved or interested in this booming market. The study provides detailed forecasts for the sales and revenue of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles to 2035.

More than 27,500 hydrogen fuel cell vehicles have been sold by the end of 2020 since sales began, although sales have been limited by the lack of a strong hydrogen refueling infrastructure. More than 19 million hydrogen fuel cell vehicles will be sold or leased by 2035. This includes fuel cell vehicles that have already been sold.

More than 8,500 fuel cell passenger vehicles were sold in 2020, the highest annual sales of any previous year. 2020 sales withstood the severe downturn in the auto industry due to COVID-19. Sales of hydrogen passenger vehicles are expected to recover rapidly in 2021. Sales are driven by the gradual emergence of a significant hydrogen refueling infrastructure in several major markets.

Technological and business developments are causing a market surge in three segments of the hydrogen fuel cell market. These segments are passenger cars and SUVs, light commercial vehicles, heavy trucks and buses. Developments in each of these segments create synergies that lower component and infrastructure costs.

At least a dozen automakers are poised to enter the market over the next few years. BMW plans to launch a fuel cell sedan and Jaguar Land Rover intends to enter the market with large fuel cell SUVs. These automakers will join Honda, Toyota, Hyundai and SAIC which already sell hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.

Main topics covered:

1. Summary

2. Scope of the study

3. Hydrogen fueling infrastructure
3.1 Global overview
3.2 Global deployments
3.3 Organizations
3.3.1 Hydrogen Council
3.3.2 IPHE

4. Asia Pacific
4.1 Deployment of hydrogen stations
4.2 Organizations
4.2.1 International Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association
4.2.2 Asia-Pacific Hydrogen Association
4.3 Country activity
4.3.1 Australia
4.3.2 China
4.3.3 India
4.3.4 Japan
4.3.5 Malaysia
4.3.6 South Korea
4.3.7 Taiwan
4.3.8 Other APAC countries


6. Europe (Minus the Nordic countries)
6.1 Deployments
6.2 Organizations
6.2.1 Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking
6.2.2 Hydrogen Europe
6.2.3 Hydrogen Research Europe
6.2.4 Hydrogen Mobility Europe
6.2.5 COHRS
6.2.6 TEN-T
6.2.7 HIT project
6.2.8 HIT-2 project
6.2.9 H2 nodes
6.2.10 HyFIVE
6.2.11 SWARM
6.2.12 H2FUTURE
6.2.13 High V.LO-City project
6.2.14 HyFLEET: CUTE
6.2.15 Zero Regio Project
6.2.16 H2PiyR
6.3 Country activity
6.3.1 Austria
6.3.2 Belgium
6.3.3 Czech Republic
6.3.4 Estonia
6.3.5 France
6.3.6 Germany
6.3.7 Italy
6.3.8 Ireland
6.3.9 Latvia
6.3.10 The Netherlands
6.3.11 Poland
6.3.12 Slovenia
6.3.13 Spain
6.3.14 Switzerland
6.3.15 Great Britain
6.3.16 Other European countries

7. Nordic region
7.1 Deployments
7.2 Organizations
7.2.1 Nordic Hydrogen Partnership
7.2.2 Nordic hydrogen corridor
7.3 Country activity
7.3.1 Denmark
7.3.2 Finland
7.3.3 Iceland
7.3.4 Norway
7.3.5 Sweden

8. Middle East & Africa
8.1 Deployments
8.2 Country activity
8.2.1 Israel
8.2.2 Other MEA countries

9. Americas
9.1 Deployments of hydrogen stations
9.1.1 Market Overview
9.1.2 Hydrogen highway and service stations
9.2 Government policies and initiatives
9.3 Western United States
9.3.1 Overview
9.3.2 Industry organizations
9.3.3 Government policies and initiatives
9.3.4 Construction of the hydrogen station
9.3.5 Related initiatives
9.4 Eastern United States
9.4.1 Overview
9.4.2 Industry organizations
9.4.3 Government policies and initiatives
9.4.4 Construction of the hydrogen station
9.5 Canada
9.5.1 Overview
9.5.2 Industry organizations
9.5.3 Government policies and initiatives
9.5.4 Construction of the hydrogen station
9.5.5 Related initiatives
9.6 Latin America
9.6.1 Brazil
9.6.2 Other Latin American countries

10. Sellers of hydrogen stations
10.1 Overview
10.2 Large companies
10.2.1 Air Liquide
10.2.2 Atmospheric products and chemicals
10.2.3 Ballard power systems
10.2.4 British Petroleum
10.2.5 Fuel cell energy
10.2.6 Hydrogenic Company
10.2.7 ITM power supply
10.2.8 The Linde Group
10.2.9 Nel Hydrogen
10.2.10 Nuvera fuel cells
10.2.11 Connect the power
10.2.12 Shell
10.2.13 The other companies

11. Market forecast
11.1 Overview
11.2 Deployment of hydrogen stations
11.2.1 Global deployments of hydrogen stations
11.2.2 Deployments of APAC hydrogen stations
11.2.3 Deployments of EMEA hydrogen stations
11.2.4 Deployments of hydrogen stations in the Americas
11.3 Revenue from hydrogen stations
11.3.1 Global Hydrogen Gas Stations Revenue
11.3.2 APAC Hydrogen Stations Revenue
11.3.3 EMEA Hydrogen Stations Revenue
11.3.4 Americas Hydrogen Station Revenue

12. Conclusion
12.1 Main conclusions
12.2 Main market trends
12.3 Hydrogen as a fuel
12.4 Deployment of FCVs
12.5 Deployment of hydrogen stations
12.6 Funding requirements

Companies mentioned

  • Liquid air
  • Air products and chemicals
  • Ballard Power Systems
  • British Petroleum
  • Fuel cell energy
  • Hydrogenic Society
  • ITM power
  • Nel Hydrogen
  • Nuvera fuel cells
  • Connect the power
  • Shell
  • The Linde Group

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