A pure circle
Hydrogen as an energy carrier is perhaps the most important step in our transition to a sustainable society. A sustainable society no longer depends on ‘climate neutrality’ and ‘fossil freedom’. It requires zero emissions!
The work with renewable energy sources and emission-free transport systems is important – and not only from an environmental perspective. When organisations such as the EU, states, municipalities and the business community work together to develop new global systems, innovation is promoted and sustainable growth and new jobs are created. Unlike the battery industry, the hydrogen industry will not give rise to new mining activity. Almost all the equipment used can be made from recycled materials and the end product – hydrogen – is made from water and electricity generated by solar, wind and hydropower. The water can be safely returned to the environment, creating a clean cycle, which leads to a circular economy. In fact even the air that passes through the fuel cells is filtered from, for example, road particles – which further contributes to a cleaner environment.