Today, transportation generates about 21% of all CO2 emissions: 75% on the roads and 11% in the air. Replacing today’s fossil fuels with low- or no-carbon H2 fuel and fuel cells is a critical challenge that fits with social demand and the properties of H2 molecules very well.
As companies in the aerospace, automotive, rail, and industrial sectors start their journey towards a green, hydrogen-based, carbon-neutral future, there will be many challenges in their path. It is essential to manage the cost for adapting existing and developing new vehicles and infrastructure to integrate H2 as an energy source, especially for aviation, where integration and operation are the most challenging.
Without a doubt, H2 will fit in all modes of transport, but the focus will be on early markets for captive fleets with high usage rates, such as aircraft, trains, buses, trucks, naval and taxi fleets. While social acceptance is vital, each transport segment will have its challenges.
Join this webinar to explore the particularity of usage of Hydrogen in transportation markets and the challenges the transport segment needs to tackle. Also, explore solutions by Air Liquide for disposing of H2 at the right place, time, and purity level.
In this webinar, you will learn,
- The challenges for onboarding Hydrogen inside vehicles and operate fleets
- The effects of Hydrogen on the value chain at any stage
- Know the basics about the storage of Hydrogen
- The ongoing technological and industrial developments for the H2 mobility markets: a perspective from a world leader gas company and the World Hydrogen Council
- Know how Europe and other country governments are encouraging usage of Hydrogen
Director, Research and Innovation at Capgemini Engineering
Ecole Militaire de l’Air, Salon de Provence (1989) - ENSTA/Info II, Paris (1995). 30 years of experience in system engineering, strategy, and marketing for Intelligent Systems in aerospace, rail, and automotive sectors, and Renewables cleantech – Hydrogen.
Innovation Director, Air Liquide - Advanced Technologies
Ph.D. in fluid mechanics (1989) and post-doc at NASA Langley (1990). 30 years of rich experience in the aerospace, space, and railways sector. He has led the space cryocooler and rocket business unit. Passionate about working on advanced technologies.