A leading aerospace company has announced plans to bring a zero-emission, hydrogen-powered aircraft into service by 2035. The company said that one of the potential new designs would be able to transport 200 passengers up to two thousand miles.
The need to reduce the dependency on fossil fuel combined with the anticipated growth in urban population requires new solutions for transportation. Transportation will need to become more sustainable and provide additional added-value services for an increasing number of people.
In September 2018, the world’s first hydrogen fuel cell passenger trains began operating in the northern part of Germany. Two trains are currently operating with plans to add 14 more trains in the region by the end of 2021.