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More support needed for UK fuel cell industry – HFCA

Without intervention the UK is set to be overtaken by countries with more global ambition, says trade association

The UK remains at the forefront of fuel-cell technology development but lacks the deployment network to encourage the domestic supply chain to grow, according to a report from industry body the Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (HFCA). Johnson Matthey and Ceres are in particular two major players in the global fuel cell marketplace, with both firms looking at exporting their technologies overseas. But the growth of these overseas markets will also by met by rapidly expanding supply from other firms. £46bn – Size of South Korea’s stimulus package “The UK is experiencing real-time technology loss as global appetite for fuel cells soars,” says the report, titled Fuel cells: the

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