Energy Options on the Path Toward a More Sustainable Transportation
The transportation sector has an enormous demand for resources and energy, is a
major contributor of emissions (i.e., greenhouse gases in particular), and it is
defined largely by the kind of energy it uses—be it electric cars, biofuel trucks,
or hydrogen aircraft. Given the size of this sector, it has a crucial role in combatting
climate change and securing sustainability in its three forms: environmental, societal,
Energy Options on the Path Toward a More Sustainable Transportation Sector examines the
many questions concerning alternative energy options for mobility:
Is hydrogen the fuel of the future?
Is there is enough electricity to power a fully electric transportation sector?
What happens when millions of electric vehicle batteries need to be decommissioned?
Which regulatory measures are effective and appropriate for moving the sector in the right direction?