It’s one of the most visible signs of a movement to reduce emissions: the increase in electric and hybrid vehicles sharing roads with gas-consuming cars. But even if more drivers switch to electric, reaching aggressive carbon neutrality targets in the Paris Agreement to limit global warming by 2050 will be difficult. That’s especially true in manufacturing, agriculture and commercial transportation, where batteries would be challenged to propel trains, planes and oceangoing ships.
Baltimore-based Constellation Energy pursues ‘hydrogen economy’ to meet global climate goals
October 21, 2022