When it comes to the clean energy transition, hydrogen can be a gamechanger. It’s the most abundant element in the universe and when produced using renewable energy, it creates no greenhouse gas emissions.
When we think of carbon emissions, we tend to think of energy and transportation, like the smoke from a factory or the exhaust from a car. But those combined only account for less than half of global carbon emissions. Just like the four horsemen of the apocalypse from the book of revelations, the climate crisis has its 4 horsemen: energy and heating, transportation, agriculture, and industry.
Impact Coatings AB (Sweden) and Hyundai Motor Company (South Korea) have signed a joint development agreement to collaborate in the development of coating technology for metal bipolar flow plates, a key component for hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicles.