Bosch’s CEO has called for the company to move boldly into the hydrogen economy and the production of renewable synthetic fuels once the coronavirus crisis has passed.
According to Dr. Volkmar Denner (pictured above left), a broad technology offensive that not only sets out a battery-electric path to sustainable mobility, but also takes into consideration efficient combustion engines and especially renewable synthetic fuels and fuel cells, is important for the German auto supplier and technology company.
“Today’s hydrogen applications need to make it out of field testing and into the real economy,” Denner said yesterday at Bosch’s annual press conference.
In his view, this is the only way Europe can become climate-neutral by 2050 and he appealed to policymakers to support the necessary technologies: “This will enable us to achieve even ambitious climate targets.”
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