Batteries or Fuel Cells – How to stay competitive in a world of Zero-Emission Vehicles

by Roland Berger

Climate change and government policies require decarbonization – hydrogen and battery technologies are prerequisites and drivers for the transformation. Securing the supply of raw/refined (battery) materials and carbon-free/low-carbon hydrogen poses significant challenges, but also opportunities. To remain competitive, corporates need to occupy critical control points in the supply chain, and European legislators need to provide the means to do so. Read about how to stay competitive in a world of Zero-Emission Vehicles in this article.

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