Efficient technologies for change
For companies, measuring their carbon footprint is becoming increasingly important, as it allows them to know the amount of greenhouse gases generated.
The metaverse can be an opportunity for the energy sector. As with any technological advance, the possibilities will be exponential as its use becomes more popular.
South Africa has the strongest economy on the African continent and is a development hub for the entire southern region. However, among other difficulties, it has excessive unemployment and is one of the most unequal countries in the world.
Industry is the largest contributor to the European economy, accounting for 20% of GDP and providing jobs and prosperity to the continent. But the path to a carbon-free future, set for 2050, and the ongoing need for innovation pose new challenges that industry needs to address to maintain its competitiveness levels.
Argentina is trying to position itself as an investment destination to strengthen a hydrogen economy that will add to the country's economic growth.
The energy sector of the future is already being built in Europe, and hydrogen is emerging as a major player, enabling the evolution towards a decarbonized economy.
The development of this vector will enable it to increase its energy security and resilience, as well as the economic and environmental value of its energy mix.
The introduction into the energy system of renewable sources has become a priority in order to meet the climate neutrality targets set by the European Union for 2050.
Colombia presents its Hydrogen Roadmap to become a benchmark in the development of sustainable energies and boost strategic sectors such as industry, transport and agriculture.
One third of companies have already incorporated technological solutions of this type that favour business efficiency.
Corporate Venture Capitals are a key agent in the acceleration and growth of startups focused on the energy transition. Their business models can revolve around renewable gases, sustainable mobility and energy efficiency, among others.
The implementation of various green hydrogen development projects and collaboration between companies make clear the country’s intention to focus on a climate-responsible future.
Belgium joins the green hydrogen race and will allocate a large part of the recovery funds to the construction of an energy island.
Mexico wants to excel in this new industry by taking advantage of its privileged geographical location, which together with its climatic conditions, would allow it to generate green hydrogen with relative ease.
Just a few months ago, work began on the construction of the first liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply vessel to be manufactured in Spain.
Green hydrogen is a 100% clean energy that has a great many advantages and applications.
Chile joins the group of countries that are joining the race for green hydrogen, which it intends to turn into the engine of its energy future.
In Spain there are six hydropower plants distributed throughout the country. The Hydrogen Roadmap contemplates the implementation of a network with a minimum of 100 hydrogen stations by 2030.
The Norwegian hydrogen strategy seeks to harness the energy advantages of a country that produces more energy than it consumes.
Germany was another country that last June declared its intention to lead the global race for technological development to make the production of green hydrogen technologies viable.
The Ministry for the Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge of the Spanish Government gave the green light to the “Hydrogen Roadmap: a commitment to renewable hydrogen”, which underlines green hydrogen as a key element in achieving climate neutrality and a 100% renewable electricity system by 2050
Digitalisation and innovation provide assurances as we face a new situation in which a transition towards a new energy model, a global health crisis and great economic and social uncertainty are combined
China has prioritised research and development in the areas of hydrogen and fuel cells as one of the effective countermeasures with which to face these demanding tasks.The Chinese government sees hydrogen as an opportunity to meet climate and pollution targets without increasing dependence on imported fuels.
Las grandes urbes apuestan por el uso de la bicicleta y otras formas de transporte respetuosas con el medio ambiente como alternativa al tráfico rodado. La utilización de gases renovables y gas natural licuado como combustible es una alternativa sostenible para mejorar la calidad del aire y reducir la contaminación urbana.
La mayor parte de la electricidad francesa se genera actualmente a partir de plantas nucleares, una situación que enfrenta a productores y Gobierno con aquellas organizaciones que defienden el medio ambiente y critican el nivel de desechos radiactivos que se producen.
We talked to Thierry Lepercq about hydrogen, ecological transition and carbon neutrality after the presentation of his book 'Hydrogen: the new oil'.
Let's think of a completely electrified world. A world in which we all travel on electric bicycles, cars, trains, aeroplanes and even electric vessels. A world in which entire cities run on solar panels and all electrical infrastructure runs from smart grids and giant batteries.