A solution for CO2-free mobility
Hydrogen or H2 is currently a trendy topic as European Union and most developed countries around the world agreed to a zero-emission planet by 2050. From 2024 to 2030, hydrogen must become a key part of an integrated solution to drive energy transition. From 2030 onwards and towards 2050, renewable hydrogen technologies should reach maturity and be deployed at a large scale to decarbonize sectors where other alternatives cannot be used. Hydrogen is propelling European global carbon neutrality, being an efficient technology for zero-emission mobility.
It is needed to achieve a 90% reduction in transport-related greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. Hydrogen fuel cells and battery electric will offer consumers the « power of choice ». Both propulsion methods will cater to varying consumer needs.