Many e-bikes are powered by lead acid or lithium-ion batteries, which require regular charging and offer limited driving range. Now, hydrogen (H2) is giving e-bikers a chance to go greener and further.
First of all, hydrogen is a clean fuel – releasing only water vapour when converted in a fuel cell. It can be generated by electrolysing water and if it is electrolysed using a regenerative source of energy, it is carbon neutral. Which means that you are not contributing to climate change. Last but not least, hydrogen is the most commonly occurring element in nature, which – unlike fossil fuels – will never run out so you don’t have to worry about depleting the earth’s natural resources.
All of this makes hydrogen the perfect source of energy if you are interested in moving towards lower-carbon, zero-emissions mobility choices.