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The benefits of switching to green and renewable hydrogen
Reduced transit times
The fast recharging time of hydrogen-powered vehicles is a key advantage, with refuelling taking only a few minutes. This enables drivers to get back on the road swiftly, eliminating the long waiting times.
A full hydrogen tank can power a vehicle for several hundred kilometres, equating to or exceeding the range of conventional vehicles, thereby addressing the “range anxiety” associated with battery-electric vehicles.
Zero Emission Zones compliant
Hydrogen vehicles offer full compliance with Zero Emission Zone (ZEZ) requirements due to their zero tailpipe emissions. This makes them suitable for a wide range of transportation needs, facilitating compliance across various industries.
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