A system based on the function of hydrogen as a vector and more precisely on the fact that this element can transport, at great distances and in large quantities, energy produced by different sources - essentially from renewable energies - and this energy, stored in the form of hydrogen, it can be used to feed the needs of urban and industrial activities with great benefit in terms of environmental and economic impact.
The future that CTS H2 sees ahead is a scenario in which hydrogen improves the quality of life and frees the economy from the yoke of non-renewable energies and from all those resources that are destined to run out, that are too costly or too polluting for the environment.
The objectives it sets itself, in fact, are more sustainable mobility and greater energy independence, which can be obtained only by working on the technologies, know-how and the awareness required to make our cities more liveable, functional, modern and environmentally compatible.
In the Smart Cities of the future, hydrogen can be expected to be used as a possible energy source for the automotive sector. The use of the gas as a fuel for means of transport would produce only water as the waste product, completely eliminating carbon dioxide emissions and the associated climatic and environmental problems.
Thanks to an electronic control that can interface with any device, CTS H2 technology can also be deployed for sustainable mobility. In fact, the operation of a fuel cell, guaranteed by the hydrogen contained at high pressure in ultralight cylinders, can extend the range by constantly keeping the batteries charged on any electric vehicle, thereby increasing their useful lives and autonomy in terms of hours of operation, drastically reducing the battery recharging times and the need to replace them, and ensuring greater respect for the environment.