In this episode of the Futurized podcast, the topic is: The Hydrogen Economy Value Chain in Aviation. Our guest is Paul Eremenko, CEO and co-founder of Universal Hydrogen.
In this conversation, they talk about driving forces, R&D, risks, trade-offs, uncertainties, scalability, impact on climate change, economy, and on the industry supply chain.
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The hydrogen economy is coming, it is not even a question of when, it is exactly how we will make it work in the coming decades that is the interesting part. The innovation is not so much in pure R&D as it is in coordinating the introduction of a new fuel source paradigm which would mean building hydrogen-driven planes, but also tweaking airport infrastructure to cater to hydrogen as a fuel source. The key will be to achieve modularity, to increase the efficiency with which cargo and fuel flows through the supply chain. These long-term shifts are not easy to see for politicians and asset owners, but will entail their buy-in.
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