Europe has bold plans to change into carbon impartial by 2050, and the transport sector will play an enormous function in that push.
Battery-electric automobiles are getting all the eye, however they aren’t the one path to zero emissions. Hydrogen gasoline cells have the potential to mix the zero emissions from battery-powered automobiles with the quick refueling of internal-combustion vehicles.
Toyota has been a pioneer in hydrogen fuel-cell transportation with the Mirai, now in its second era. The automaker is now trying on the potential of gasoline cell buses and heavy vans.
Hear about hydrogen’s future in transportation from Monica Perez Lobo, sustainability and ESG administration director at Toyota Europe, at this yr’s Automotive Information Europe Congress in Prague.