Completely agree that governments need to step up their game with some of this stuff. In the UK our government no longer support building new renewable energy infrastructure meaning that we’re effectively going backwards with nuclear plants reaching the end of their life.I think Toyota uses that tactic because they are the only ones thinking logically. I don't think its the right way to say it, but they aren't wrong in their thinking.
It is going to be hard making it happen by 2030/35. I think hydrogen will end up being used in commercial vehicles more than anything else - I think it’s too much infrastructure for everyday cars - it’s more than DCFC and you’d need a lot more of them as you can’t top it up at home.
But also I’d like to see us reduce our reliance on fossil fuels. PHEVs do allow that, especially for short trips. But really we want to reduce that to zero as soon as possible… governments need to make it happen. Somehow…