By this master thesis the following question will be answered: Is it possible to use a fuel cell vehicle for daily driving around Vienna, Austria, by today and in 2025? Starting point question for hypothesis and used methods Research of the current status of a fuel cell vehicle to be driven in the area of Vienna, Austria by 2017 and future prospects in 2025 Is there an advantage for public transport by using the fuel cell technology? How many fuel cell stations does exist already in the area of Vienna and how about future plans? Find out by reviewing press releases, published in the internet about the current status, activities and future plans. Interview organization, like the Austrian “OEAMTC” to get a direct feedback about using already today fuel cell cars in Austria. Interview of experts using a battery EV for comparison. Investigate in already established organizations, which are dealing with the fuel cell technology. Find out about the current status and future plans of the OEMs. Review the existing regulations from the Government and the European Union, like promotion for using alternative power units, CO2 reduction with the final goal to have zero emissions. How about the initiatives for E-mobility by using batteries? So far there are no scientific research results available. Results The result will be an answer, if its possible to use a fuel cell cars around Vienna, under the circumstances given by today, or in the near future until 2025? Which power train solution, fuel cell versus battery concept will be the better one? Provide a clear structure of advantages and disadvantages for each technology today and in the near future. What might be the “optimal” solution for individual transportation and which one for public transportation. And which kind of infrastructure, mind setting and Government regulation we have to have in place to be able to use a fuel cell power train vehicle.