Italian sustainable technologies designer De Nora strongly believes in a future where fossils are no longer used for “trivial” operations such as generating electrical power or as vehicle fuel.
The transition to a 100% fossil free society will take many years and Luca Buonerba, Chief Marketing and Business Development Officer at De Nora, sees the future energy mix as being a combination of batteries, hydrogen and synthetic fuels.
“But what differentiates hydrogen from the rest is its flexibility and the possibility to be either an energy vector or a renewable feedstock for a series of downstream processes,” he tells H2 View.
“We therefore believe that hydrogen can offer an economically viable, financially attractive and socially beneficial solutions. Furthermore, in certain sectors and geographies it will be unavoidable to enable the energy transition and improve air quality in cities.”
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