Itsfine saying that, but businesses will go where eitherFor the Nay sayers
Public transport operator Go-Ahead Group has completed 15-year hydrogen supply deal, as it strives for a fossil-fuel-free fleet of buses in the UK by 2035.www.edie.net
A there is profit
B where the govnt gives the most grants to help enable the most profits. the link I posted, Id guarantee the grant has been pulled or at least lowered.
If the grants were bigger and better for battery power vehicles they would go that route if it made the bottom line better for them , course they would, its easier cleaner and cheaper. Its just isnt ready yet.
In 10-15 years time them buses will be scrapped and replaced with Rivian offerings. Sad but true at the moment Hydrogen is no cheaper.