Fuel Cells: The Hydrogen Revolution Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

The challenges in creating a hydrogen fuel cell transportation in the United States, which promises to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and dependence on imported oil is considered. Chief among these challenges is the "chicken and egg" dynamic: consumers will not buy hydrogen powered vehicles to a nationwide network of hydrogen filling stations are, and this network will not be available without a critical mass of vehicles. Explores the efforts of the administration of George W. Bush and U.S. Department of Energy to develop hydrogen fuel cells and infrastructure, and to overcome the eggs and dynamic. Also covers industrial policy and tax regimes in the U.S., Japan and the European Union, as well as the efforts of car manufacturers to develop environmentally friendly vehicles. "Hide
by Thomas R. Eisenmann, Matthew R. Willis Source: Harvard Business School 18 pages. Publication Date: February 24, 2004. Prod. #: 804144-PDF-ENG

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