Hydrogen among public’s most favoured climate technologies, according to Bosch study

A new study by Bosch has found that 41% of people surveyed globally believe hydrogen and fuel cells have the greatest potential to drive sustainability in the future, putting it in joint first with climate engineering.

The Bosch Tech Compass 2023 surveyed people around the world to take the temperature on feelings and public perception towards technology. A headline figure of the report was that 83% of respondents think that future technology will play a key role in combating climate change, up from 76% from the 2022 survey.

Additionally, the study found that 33% of people globally believe hydrogen/fuel cells will make a ‘particularly positive’ contribution to society, beaten only by biotechnology and climate engineering with 37% and 36% respectively.

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