Review of transportation hydrogen infrastructure performance and reliability

  title={Review of transportation hydrogen infrastructure performance and reliability},
  author={Jennifer M. Kurtz and Sam Sprik and Thomas H. Bradley},
  journal={International Journal of Hydrogen Energy},

Current Availability and Feasibility of Mobile, Fast Fill Hydrogen Refueling Stations-Preliminary Investigation

Interest in hydrogen as a transportation fuel is growing in California. Plans are underway to construct a “Hydrogen Highway” network of stations across the state to stimulate fuel cell vehicle

Multi-Period Planning of Hydrogen Supply Network for Refuelling Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles in Urban Areas

The hydrogen economy refers to an economic and industrial structure that uses hydrogen as its main energy source, replacing traditional fossil-fuel-based energy systems. In particular, the widespread

Four years of operational data for five hydrogen refueling stations

Worldwide about 550 hydrogen refueling stations (HRS) were in operation in 2021, of which 38%. were in Europe. With their number expected to grow even further, the collection and investigation of

Hydrogen Fuel Cell Road Vehicles and Their Infrastructure: An Option towards an Environmentally Friendly Energy Transition

  • O. Béthoux
  • Environmental Science, Engineering
  • 2020
The latest pre-production vehicles on the market show that the major technical challenges posed by integrating a fuel cell system (FCS) within a vehicle—compactness, safety, autonomy, reliability,

Low Carbon Scenario Analysis of a Hydrogen-Based Energy Transition for On-Road Transportation in California

Fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEV) are emerging as one of the prominent zero emission vehicle technologies. This study follows a deterministic modeling approach to project two scenarios of FCEV

Silicon Fuel: A hydrogen storage material

Impact of Hydrogen Liquefaction on Hydrogen Fuel Quality for Transport Applications (ISO-14687:2019)

Decarbonisation of the energy sector is becoming increasingly more important to the reduction in climate change. Renewable energy is an effective means of reducing CO2 emissions, but the fluctuation




  • J. Ogden
  • Environmental Science, Engineering
  • 1999
▪ Abstract About two-thirds of primary energy today is used directly as transportation and heating fuels. Any discussion of energy-related issues, such as air pollution, global climate change, and

Using Geographic Information Systems to Evaluate Siting and Networks of Hydrogen Stations

The lack of hydrogen fuel stations is a major barrier to the introduction of hydrogen vehicles. Given the high cost of constructing hydrogen stations, it is desirable to build as few stations as