The Large Gas Family – Part 2


Hydrogen – what is it and can it be used in transport?

You might have heard the terms ‘gas, methane, autogas, propane, natural gas, butane…’ and probably some others too. Probably you are wondering – if all these are gases, aren’t they all the same?

In the previous episode, we spoke about the difference between LPG and natural gas.

Let’s get started and talk about another gas – hydrogen.

To begin with, the use of hydrogen in the transport system is very often seen as the long term solution, overcoming the problem of storing energy on-board and having a vehicle with no emissions at the exhaust, meaning that it would be an electric vehicle.

But why are we seeing only a few hundreds of hydrogen vehicles on our roads?

To answer this question, let’s see what we have to do to have a hydrogen car…and also to drive it!

Tune in and find out more!

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