Hydrogen Transport & Climate Emissions

by alex11 on April 3, 2018 - 9:46pm

In the article “Hydrogen-powered transport key to climate targets, says Shell” by Adam Vaughan, the author talks about how in increase of the usage of hydrogen cars and planes, there is a reduction in climate emission.  The article talks about the hydrogen technology of how that “Planes and trucks powered by hydrogen will be a crucial part of efforts to cut carbon emissions to safe levels, according to oil giant Shell.” (Vanghan). Furthermore, in transforming the cars to be fuel by hydrogen cells fuel, this can help gas count “for 10% of global energy consumption by the end of the century.” (Vanghan). In addition, it can also help meet safety standards for the Paris Agreement and keep global climate below 2°C thus hindering the damages of climate changes and emissions. In so, there is a consensus that would argue that transfer from gasoline fuel to hydrogen fuel would be an improvement in transportation and would be considered an easy transformation due to it being like a gasoline engine to a point in which hydrogen planes are more numerous than electric planes.

 

Bibliography

Vanghan, Adam. "Hydrogen-powered transport key to climate targets says Shell." The Guardian (2018). 31 March 2018 . <https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/mar/26/hydrogen-powered-tra....

In the article “Hydrogen-powered transport key to climate targets, says Shell” by Adam Vaughan, the author talks about how in increase of the usage of hydrogen cars and planes, there is a reduction in climate emission.  The article talks about the hydrogen technology of how that “Planes and trucks powered by hydrogen will be a crucial part of efforts to cut carbon emissions to safe levels, according to oil giant Shell.” (Vanghan). Furthermore, in transforming the cars to be fuel by hydrogen cells fuel, this can help gas count “for 10% of global energy consumption by the end of the century.” (Vanghan). In addition, it can also help meet safety standards for the Paris Agreement and keep global climate below 2°C thus hindering the damages of climate changes and emissions. In so, there is a consensus that would argue that transfer from gasoline fuel to hydrogen fuel would be an improvement in transportation and would be considered an easy transformation due to it being like a gasoline engine to a point in which hydrogen planes are more numerous than electric planes.

 

Bibliography

Vanghan, Adam. "Hydrogen-powered transport key to climate targets says Shell." The Guardian (2018). 31 March 2018 . <https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/mar/26/hydrogen-powered-tra....

 

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