One of the obstacles to the market growth of battery electric and fuel cell cars is the current lack of charging infrastructure. Motorists have been used to filling up with fuel so easily that range anxiety is new and very real for them.
There are multiple solutions starting with onboard systems such as range extenders for ICE vehicles. It is now absolutely essential to build electricity charging infrastructure rapidly for electric vehicles and hydrogen distribution networks for fuel cell vehicles.
Various projects are already underway throughout the world on the initiative of individual countries or automakers and often in partnership with an energy supplier, be it for electricity or hydrogen.