In 2021, there were about 20 hydrogen refueling stations in the UK. However, this number has likely increased since then as more stations are being built and added to the network.
It is important to note that the cost of producing and distributing hydrogen is still relatively high, and there are currently only a limited number of hydrogen vehicles on the market. This means that the demand for hydrogen fuel is still relatively low, which may drive up the price.
However, the UK government is investing in the development of hydrogen fuel cell technology and infrastructure, which could help reduce their cost over time. In addition, as more hydrogen vehicles are manufactured and demand for the fuel increases, economies of scale could help reduce the cost of production and distribution.
In 2021 the price of hydrogen in the UK varied depending on the supplier and the location of the refueling station. However, on average, the cost of hydrogen in the UK was around £10-12 per kilogram.
Average Price of Hydrogen in UK in
Average Price of Hydrogen in UK in is
Historical prices of Average Hydrogen Prices in UK