The president of the Spanish Hydrogen Association says that fuel cell vehicles offer 700 kilometers of autonomy with a five-minute refueling. «We need an infrastructure and that is not built overnight, it’s a matter of years, we have to plan it.»
He has just chaired the European Hydrogen Congress held recently in Malaga, a meeting that sought to share both company strategies and country policies for the adoption of hydrogen as a fuel that can be used as an alternative to natural gas, diesel and gasoline, that is, that can propel vehicles.
What has been achieved in this meeting? A Spanish initiative, H2C, which is a corridor that we are deploying in the Spanish Hydrogen Association (AEH), has come out very strongly so that the vehicles can travel throughout the Iberian Peninsula.