As carbon emissions in Europe reach new heights, several countries in the region are on the lookout for ways of reducing these emissions. Along similar lines, an effort to fossil fuels replacement with hydrogen fuel to bring down the uncontrolled levels of carbon emissions has come to light. A total of 25 countries have resolved to dig deeper into hydrogen technologies in order to create a robust framework to combat the environmental hazards that have offset across the continent. The use of hydrogen fuel for driving cars, heating homes, and powering factories is amongst some of the key accomplishments that have been stipulated in the proposal.
Combating Greenhouse Gases-
The proposal was signed by the countries in Austria, and it suggests the use of existing grids for the distribution of hydrogen across several areas. Although the precept of developing a sustainable environment through the use of hydrogen fuel has been on the minds of researchers for years, it seems like a reality only now. However, the fossil fuels replacement with hydrogen to combat the impact of greenhouse gases is coming about at a steady process. This technology is projected to solve the issues relating to inconsistent supply of solar, hydro, or wind power.
The research also shows that the energy generated through the use of hydrogen can also be stored in massive tanks for future usage. Hence, the new system is projected to overhaul the entire energy sector across Europe by fetching more energy through hydrogen usage.