FORECAST OF HYDROGEN TRANSPORT REVENUES TO 2040
Europe has a clear and credible plan to become the center of the global hydrogen industry as its governments collectively finance the work needed to become the world’s first hydrogen economy.
The end result will be 17 million fuel cell powered vehicles across Europe by 2040 – from under a thousand today.
Covid-19 recovery funding is set to pave for much of the R&D required to power the transition and the new hydrogen industry will grow at a CAGR of over 50%, reaching annual revenues of over $115 billion in Europe alone by 2040. It will have cumulative revenues of over $850 billion by that time.
If you work at a strategy or management level in any energy business that is thinking about a hydrogen project, then this report is essential for your planning, but similarly if you work in any of the transport sectors, from buses and trains, and especially the trucking industry – this report will explain the timing of huge changes coming to your industry sector – potentially helping you plan your business’ future and protect it from dramatic change. So if you manufacture whole trucks or parts for trucks, or for buses or trains, read this report. If you invest in the transportation sector, read this report. If you think you are safe and that nothing can happen to your business, definitely read this report. Don’t be surprised by your energy future.
Companies mentioned in this report:
AKSO, Alstom, Aoxin, Ballard, BMW, Bombardier, BP, Caterpillar, Cummings, Daimler, DHL, Dongfeng, Enapter, ENC Group, Esso, Evobus, Fiat, Fiat-Chrysler, Feichi, FedEx, Ford, Foton, General Motors, Grove, H2 Energy, Hydrogenics, Hyundai, Hyzon Motors, ITM Power, Iveco, Kenworth, Kustec, Leaf, Linde, MAN, Mercedes-Benz, Nel, New Flyer, Nikola, Peugeot, Plug Power, Renault, SAIC Motor, Scania, Shell, Siemens, Sinotruck, Skoda, Solaris, Solbus, StreetScooter, SunLine, Tata Motors, Tesla, Total, Toyota, Van Hool, VW, Workhorse, Wright Bus, Yong Man, Yutong, Zhongtong