*Grouping the existing H2Mobility initiatives will create the start of a European hydrogen networkFrance – a large private consortium has agreed a strategy based on a transition from captive fleets to nationwide infrastructure for FCEVs.
50 H2 stations by end of 2015 under the Clean Energy Partnership. Government and industry invest jointly over 40 M€.
the H2Mobility project has already signed a “term sheet” linking six industrial players to deploy 100 stations by 2017 and 400 by 2023 for 350 M€.
Scandinavia – An initial network provides coverage for FCEVs, which can be purchased at equivalent ownership cost.
UK – a consortium with significant Government presence has agreed a strategy based on seeding a national network of 65 stations by 2020. 7.5M£ have been committed by the Government for 15 HRS by 2015.
Advanced FCEV and HRS programsSimilar initiatives are starting or running in other countries: Austria , Belgium, Finland, Netherlands (plan to be published before the end of 2014), Switzerland.FCH cars and HRS under FCH 2 JU