Ballard Energy Methods says its gasoline cells helped prospects eat 53 million fewer US gallons (200 million liters) of diesel in 2022, avoiding about 540,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide within the course of.
The figures emerge in its fourth annual environmental, social and governance (ESG) report.
Greater than 125,000 college students additionally discovered about hydrogen gasoline cells by way of Ballard’s Hydrogen Problem Training Program.
Ballard itself has dedicated to being carbon-neutral by 2030, utilizing renewable fuels and electrical energy, low-carbon hydrogen in analysis and growth work, low-emission firm automobiles, and decreasing journey.
The corporate’s expertise is now utilized in greater than 1,400 transit buses and a pair of,300 vans, along with trains and ships.
“There isn’t a local weather resolution with out hydrogen. It’s a important piece of the clear power puzzle, a catalyst for the clear power transition, and a complement to different renewable applied sciences,” the report says
“Hydrogen is right for centralized and hall refueling of professional quality industrial vans. Gas cell expertise provides longer vary, higher energy, extra payload functionality, and quicker refueling. Fast refueling means industrial vans have much less downtime and better utilization.”