What is Hydrogen mobility?

Hydrogen vehicles are powered by fuel cells, where hydrogen and oxygen react in a chemical process. In other words, they have an electric motor driven by a fuel cell, rather than an internal combustion engine. So there are no emissions of gaseous pollutants.


Why invest in hydrogen mobility?

The cheapest fuel

The cheapest fuel

The by-product these cars use is water. So this means that these vehicles have a huge number of benefits, such as: Water is the most abundant material on earth, making it the cheapest possible fuel by-product.

Greater autonomy

Greater autonomy

The range of hydrogen-powered electric vehicles is much higher than those powered solely by batteries.

Greenhouse gases

Greenhouse gases

Water vapour is emitted through the exhaust pipe, drastically reducing greenhouse gases.

News about hydrogen mobility

Investing in sustainable mobility and new European car regulations

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The European Commission has declared the end of combustion cars. What are the alternatives for investing in sustainable mobility?

Hydrogen mobility, an emerging sector

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Projects aimed at developing hydrogen as a clean energy source will total an investment of up to $300 billion by 2030 worldwide.

Clean Energy: Advantages and Disadvantages of Hydrogen Cars

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Find out where the hydrogen car market stands and why it is shaping up to be an excellent long-term investment.