Hydrogen in 14 questions
As the first element in Russian scientist Mendeleev’s periodic table and, thus, the lightest element in the universe, hydrogen has recently attracted an incredible amount of interest relating to the energy transition.
But how can this element help to combat global warming and air pollution? In its new ebook, the Arval Mobility Observatory aims to give an overview of the latest developments
in this technological sector and to provide insight into why hydrogen, depending on how it is produced, can offer a solution for the future.
These “14 questions” are not intended to provide a definitive response to this issue, but rather to outline current trends and highlight the major players involved.
At a time when initiatives in this field are increasing due to plans for massive investment on both sides of Europe, the aim is also to identify projects that may eventually result in this gas being used as either a fuel or a renewable energy source.