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Global Market for Hydrogen Fueling Stations, 2019
Global Market for Hydrogen Fueling Stations, 2019



Publisher: Information Trends, LLC
Publication: Date: January 25, 2017
No. of Pages: 132
Delivery Format: PDF

Product Code: IT-190101

Description Contents

Hydrogen fueling stations provide
the foundations of a transportation system for hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. The
deployment of the stations in major markets is in full swing, solidifying
prospects for large-scale consumer adoption of fuel cell vehicles.  In 2018, 77 new hydrogen stations went into
operation globally, taking the total number of hydrogen stations in operation
worldwide to 337.

By 2033, over three thousand six hundred hydrogen fueling
stations will be in operation globally. These deployments will mean hydrogen
station concentrations of medium to heavy levels in several regions which will
have a ripple effect on surrounding regions.

Compared to a couple of years ago, our forecast for hydrogen
station deployments has been revised downward. In most cases, countries have
not been  able to meet their own
deadlines for hydrogen station deployments, and in some cases, hydrogen stations
were shut down because of the unavailability of fuel cell vehicles to use them.

However, that is changing as the adoption of hydrogen fuel
cell vehicles begins to pick up. The pace of hydrogen stations deployments is
particularly brisk in Japan and Germany which are home to some of the biggest
automakers globally. Japan achieved the landmark of over 100 hydrogen stations
in 2018, and Germany reached its 60th hydrogen station.

In the U.S., California rolled out its 39th
hydrogen station in 2018, and deployment activity has gathered steam in the
northeast. Hydrogen station deployments have gained momentum in China and Korea
as both the countries position themselves to be big markets for hydrogen fuel
cell vehicles.

Deployments have continued at a steady pace in several
European countries, particularly the U.K. and France. Denmark is the first
country to deploy a nationwide hydrogen fueling infrastructure and in 2019,
Iceland will have hydrogen fueling coverage for 80 percent of the country.

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