Climate change is one of the most important challenges that humanity is facing in the 21st century. The electricity sector plays a key role in achieving the purpose set by the Paris agreement to limit the rise in the planet's temperature and the greenhouse effects.
A recent study by The Lancet contradicts the UN forecast that there will be 11.2 billion people on the planet by the year 2100. According to the prestigious journal, the growing trend will peak in 2060 and then fall to 8.8 billion in 2100. The reason? Improvements in women's educational level and greater access to contraception.
The electrolyser is an apparatus that produces hydrogen through a chemical process (electrolysis) capable of separating the hydrogen and oxygen molecules of which water is composed using electricity. Hydrogen produced in this sustainable way, i.e. without emitting carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, can be the basis for a decarbonised economy.
Climate change is threatening the present and future of humankind. To turn this catastrophic situation around, we need role models ready to lead the fight. From youth activists like Greta Thunberg to established actors like Leonardo DiCaprio, among others. Below, we take a look at some of the public figures most committed to sustainability.
Bioethics, which promotes a set of principles to guide the interaction between the human race and living things — both fellow human beings and other forms of life — must now more than ever be linked to environmental protection. Because only the cohesion of citizens' moral and ethical values with respect and care for the environment will guarantee the mitigation of climate change and the survival of future generations.
Aerothermal systems are designed to provide heating in winter, cooling in summer and hot water all year round by extracting the ambient energy contained in the air by way of a thermodynamic cycle. Being considered a clean energy it has numerous benefits, for both you and the environment. Find out more about them below.