Analysis: do hydrogen-powered cars have a future? | Autocar

The amount that has been committed to the lithium ion supply chain, excluding charging infrastructure, is around $600 billion [£470bn]. Hydrogen is maybe $30bn or max $40bn. It’s a completely different scale,” he said. “In many respects, lithium ion is too big to fail over the next 10- to 15-year period.”
— Read on www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/industry/analysis-do-hydrogen-powered-cars-have-future

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