Batteries and hydrogen: the new ‘two-fuel’ future?

03 November 2021

The age of petrol and diesel is coming to an end as stricter emissions regulations loom and sales of new fossil-fuelled models are phased out. Could batteries and hydrogen be viable successors in a new ‘two-fuel’ future? The Autovista24 team discusses mobility’s next evolutionary environmental step.

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Show notes

Fit for 55: European Union to end sale of petrol and diesel models by 2035

EV registrations in Europe continue to surge in third quarter

How Norway and pop band A-ha paved the way for electric-car adoption

ElevenEs to build LFP battery gigafactory in Serbia

UK’s largest gigafactory to be built in Coventry?

Audi to build German EV-battery centre by 2023

BMW’s Munich plant rolls out new i4 BEV after upgrade

Hertz invests in 100,000 Tesla EVs for rental fleets in US and Europe

Ineos’ hydrogen Grenadier set for 2022 test

Hydrogen a good fit to power commercial vehicles in logistics

Does the EV revolution preclude disabled drivers?