Fuel Cells: The Hydrogen Revolution? Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Fuel Cells: The Hydrogen Revolution? Case Solution

The issues that were presented when making the hydrogen fuel cell powered transportation in the US, which guaranteed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and reliance on imported oil,are analyzed. Foremost among these challenges is a "chicken-and-egg" dynamic: consumers will not purchase hydrogen-fueled vehicles until a national network of hydrogen refueling stations is accessible, and this type of network is not going to be provided with no critical mass of vehicles.
Investigates attempts of the George W. Bush government and the U.S. Department of Energy in developing hydrogen fuel cell technology and infrastructure and in defeating the chicken-and-egg dynamic. Additionally covers tax regimes and industrial policy in the European Union, and America, Japan and the attempts of automobile manufacturers to develop environmentally friendly transport.

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PUBLICATION DATE: February 24, 2004

 

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