It will not happen overnight, but experts and scientists believe that hydrogen is the energy source of the future. «It is an indispensable resource for the transition to a society with low carbon content because it can store and transport energy from renewable sources to supply electricity to the means of transportation and many other things.» Takeshi Uchiyamada, president of Toyota Motor Corporation and co-chair of the Hydrogen Council, sums up that thought.
Today, this transport is based almost entirely on fossil fuels, and accounts for 20% of global emissions. The scenario described in Paris requires reducing them by 40% in the period. This would mean that 80 million zero emission vehicles and another 80 million plug-in hybrids should populate the world by 2030, in just 12 years. And hydrogen can be the key to this.