Hydrogen to play a key role in Net-Zero
Hydrogen is Reliable Renewable Clean Sustainable Scalable
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Energy Transition for Decarbonization in Transportation Vehicle Shipping Aviation Industry
Transport is one of the first sectors where Hydrogen can play a role, either directly used in Fuel Cell powered vehicles (FCEV) or through synthetic eFuels that can be used in regular Internal Combustion Engine powered vehicles.
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Heavy Process Industry
Green Hydrogen is set to become the fuel or feedstock of choice to decarbonise sectors where emission reductions are particularly difficult, for example in heavy process industry such as shipping and aviation
Decarbonisation is the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions through the use of low carbon power sources, achieving a lower output of greenhouse gasses into the atmosphere.
Refers to the shift from current energy production systems, which rely primarily on non-renewable energy sources (oil, natural gas and coal), to an energy mix based largely on renewable energy sources. Hydrogen, as a fuel and energy carrier, is set to play a key role in the energy transition.
Hydrogen made through electrolysis from renewable or zero-carbon electrons has been identified as being a key pillar in the energy
transition to achieving net-zero carbon emissions and climate
Fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) are powered by hydrogen. They are more efficient than conventional internal combustion engine vehicles and produce no tailpipe emissions—they only emit water vapor and warm air.