Hydrogen is at the heart of all the debates when we talk about the energy transition. Indeed, this unprecedented economic crisis has been very revealing in order to show the impact of fossil’s energies in our world.
In an industrial environment that is developing continuously, and which is depending on energies to be able to project itself over the long term. It is important that each potential new energy source is studied and thought out for maximum development.
In the field of hydrogen, the question has been raised for years. The French government, for example, has been talking about energy transition for several years. In particular with Mr. Hulot who initiated the recovery plan 2 years ago.
To illustrate this awareness on the part of developed countries, France’s budget allocation has increased from 100 million to 7.2 billion euros for the energy transition. With such a budget, France can afford to launch several long-term projects, because yes, the long term is the watchword in this type of project, research and development will need a lot of resources.
The major research axis will be based on the origin of hydrogen mainly. Indeed 95% of the hydrogen produced today comes from fossil fuels. The aim of this major transition is to have recourse to an ecological fuel and therefore a greener hydrogen.
Some States or companies are ahead on the subject of hydrogen indeed Easy-jet already has a partnership with an American company on the research and development of an airplane running entirely on hydrogen.
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The subjects of hydrogen and energy transition are therefore central to our customers’ strategic orientations in terms of investment, research and innovation. Thanks to the information gathered by our teams, as close as possible to the end customers, our customers have up-to-date feedback directly from the decision-makers.
We can therefore clearly state that we are entering into a huge transition that will be costly in terms of financial resources but also in terms of time. But this research is necessary and we can hope for the first 100% commercial flights using hydrogen around 2035. firstname.lastname@example.org
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