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Submitted by: Helmut Buchner
Implemented country: Austria
Title: Climate change with hydrogen hybrid vehicle

Hydrogen from renewable sources can make a significant contribution as a substitute for gasoline, if it is stored both in economic and energy-efficient to manufacture and at reasonable cost in the vehicle. If all the existing infrastructure for electricity and water used for decentralized energy makes sense and it can generate hydrogen stored in metal hydrides in the car, the CO2 emissions are reduced cost. It is useful vehicles to run on any mixture of hydrogen and gasoline or natural gas and hydrogen. These hybrid vehicles are in contrast to the electric / gasoline hybrid vehicles, only one motor and two fuel tanks. This makes it possible to store weight and defecate for the addition of hydrogen fuel, while reducing to minimize the damage caused by the vehicles and CO2 emissions by the amount of hydrogen addition (30%).

Category: Air