Hydrogen fuel cell cars have three times emissions of battery EVs – UQ study

“One kilogram of hydrogen gas is expected to drive a FCV approximately 100 kilometres (under US EPA test conditions).
“This translates to an input of 80-100 kWh of electricity per 100 km travelled (after accounting to electrolyser inefficiencies and energy losses), compared to less than 30 kWh for BEVs (after accounting for electricity transmission losses).

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