A study signed by an English consultant ensures that hydrogen will be a fifth of all the energy consumed in 2050. Despite these data, and that hydrogen is one of the most abundant elements in the universe, it remains a great unknown among drivers and as an alternative to combustion vehicles. However, it is an interesting alternative because it is a cleaner energy and with a refueling cost similar to that of a diesel or gasoline vehicle.
If we were to ask drivers for the alternatives to combustion vehicles, the vast majority would talk about electric cars; others (less) would refer to gas -GNC / GLP-; and only a few would cite vehicles powered by hydrogen.
In spite of the fact that hydrogen is one of the most abundant elements of the universe and that as a compound it can be found in incalculable quantities; and in spite of the fact that it is a colorless and odorless gas that is so clean that it only emits water in its combustion, it remains a great unknown among the drivers.
It is not so much for other sectors. A study signed by an English consultant Mckinsey ensures that hydrogen will be a fifth of all energy consumed in 2050; But first, in 2030, it will be sufficiently developed to feed between 10 and 15 million cars and half a million trucks.