With hydrogen we promote sustainable mobility. The Aragon Hydrogen Foundation supports the European Mobility Week 2023, which will be held from 16 to 22 September. In this way, the commitment to sustainable mobility is reaffirmed.
The main energy consuming activity that also contributes significantly to noise pollution and greenhouse gas emissions is transport. There seems to be a general understanding on a global scale that the use of electric motors in cars is the best technology to reduce consumption and pollution.
The future of mobility requires research, innovation and sustainability to combat global warming. Transport is one of the main sources of pollution.
In order to reduce consumption and polluting emissions, electric motorisation, as it does not depend on fossil fuels, represents the mobility of the future.
Within electric mobility, hydrogen is key to meeting the EU’s objective of decarbonising Europe by 2050. The Aragon Hydrogen Foundation is a benchmark centre for dissemination and research in renewable energies, as well as leading the future of sustainable mobility without borders with the H2PiyR Project.
The first Hyundai Nexo powered by hydrogen registered in Spain is used by the Fundación Hidrógeno Aragón for dissemination purposes, within the European project H2PiyR, which aims to create a sustainable mobility corridor in the Pyrenees based on this technology.
The Hyundai Nexo, with the highest rating in Euro NCAP safety tests, is perfect for everyday use, energy efficient and environmentally friendly.
At the Aragon Hydrogen Foundation:
We research and promote new forms of sustainable transport, where we prioritise the reduction of energy dependence and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.
We also develop hydrogen-powered vehicles and energy systems for all types of vehicles. In addition, we promote battery electric vehicles as a step ahead of fuel cell electric vehicles.