ALTERNATIVE ENERGY: Hydrogen, the aviation fuel of the future | Opinion
We take air travel for granted today. However, it adds to the carbon footprint at an extremely high rate. Commercial air travel accounts for 2% of all CO2 emissions and is growing in popularity. At any one time, there are over a million people in the air above the planet. In 2019, there were 4.6 billion air passengers, and according to Neste, a refining and marketing company focusing on high-quality, low-emission fuels, that number will double by 2037. As a result, the Aviation is the fastest growing source of CO2 emissions. So what to do?
The “Four Horsemen” of aircraft construction
First (very) humble opinion
So where are we now?
The associated infrastructure
James Bobreski of Penn Yan is a process control engineer.