100% renewable targets will require power storage to manage flows on the net
Electrolysers utilise these intermittent power flows to produce H2 gas from water
H2 gas can be stored in large quantities underground and transported via existing gas pipelines
H2 vehicles recharge faster and are more durable than battery powered transport
Growing H2 demand in industrial processes will reduce costs and increase supply

Since 2013 Flixbus is tapping into new generations of travellers by intercity bus: in fact over 100 mln people took a flix bus over the last 10 years. FlixMobility is a new mobility provider that looks at changing the way people travel in Europe since 2013 via its FlixBusbrand. As a tech-startup, e-commerce platform and transportation company, FlixBus quickly became Europe’s largest intercity bus network, In 2018, FlixTrain was launched, expanding this service into the rail industry. Beginning of September 2019 Fabian Stenger, Managing Director of  FlixBus  announced its cooperation with Freudenberg to launch the first hydrogen powered Flixbuses. In October 2018 Flixbus introduced  electric buses on two routes in France and Germany.

Buses have long been seen as the first larger vehicles market potential for fuel cell powered vehicles, however long distance coaches have not been developed at large scale. Buses would also be an excellent “vehicle” to intoduce zero emission transport in developing countries as has recently been demonstrated in South Africa. “Green climate funding”, as in the famous Green Climate Fund of the UNFCCC that promised at the COP 15 in 2009 to build a 100 bln annual budget Green Climate Fund to fund green technology in developing countries, would be an excellent way to accelrate thsi introduction. However according to a recent OECD report only 71,5 bln has been collected since the official launch in 2013, of which 56.7 bln public funding and loans including export credits.