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CES 2024, hydrogen energy and software in the future Hyundai - Sustainable Mobility

2024-01-09T23:55:43.808Z

Highlights: CES 2024, hydrogen energy and software in the future Hyundai - Sustainable Mobility. With the slogan "Ease every way", Hyundai underlined its commitment to leading the way towards decarbonization and environmental protection with human-centered innovations. The South Korean Group identifies them in particular with hydrogen energy, software and artificial intelligence (AI) In June 2023, the U.S. released the National Clean Hydrogen Strategy and a roadmap to accelerate the production, processing, delivery, storage and use of clean hydrogen.


With the slogan "Ease every way", Hyundai underlined its commitment to leading the way towards decarbonization and environmental protection with human-centered innovations at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. (ANSA)


With the slogan "Ease every way", Hyundai underlined its commitment to leading the way towards decarbonization and environmental protection with human-centered innovations at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The South Korean Group identifies them in particular with hydrogen energy, software and artificial intelligence (AI).
"We measure progress with the real and positive impact it has on humanity," José Muñoz, president and global COO of Hyundai Motor Company said at the event in Las Vegas, "our theme for CES 2024, Ease every way, is an epochal challenge." "But because it's in the DNA of Hyundai's 56-year history, the spirit of challenge will continue through the hydrogen and software transformations we've unveiled today."
Hydrogen will play a crucial role in Hyundai's sustainability roadmap as a clean energy source, with water vapour being the only substance emitted from the exhaust if it is used as a fuel.
In addition, hydrogen maximizes the use of renewable energy around the world due to its advantages in terms of storage and distribution. Hyundai sees hydrogen as the path to a sustainable future, as it is clean and affordable.
Hyundai's hydrogen solutions, it was recalled, go beyond passenger cars, trucks and buses and include public transport vehicles, special equipment, ships, power generators and advanced air mobility (Aam. The company is leading the energy transition as a major player in hydrogen.
Hyundai is not alone in its commitment to the production and deployment of hydrogen energy. In June 2023, the U.S. released the National Clean Hydrogen Strategy and a roadmap to accelerate the production, processing, delivery, storage, and use of clean hydrogen. In December, at COP28, the International Hydrogen Trade Forum and the Hydrogen Council launched a series of initiatives to accelerate the commercialisation of hydrogen and the transition away from fossil fuels.
"Our Htwo business leverages the Group's extensive capabilities in various fields, such as automotive, components, steel, construction, air mobility, maritime mobility, robotics and future technologies," said Ken Ramírez, executive vp and head of global commercial vehicle & hydrogen business at Hyundai.
"It's production, storage, transportation and use.
The Group's different companies are positioned throughout the chain, forming a hydrogen industry network that enables the development of tailor-made end-to-end solutions."
Hyundai's new identity as a sustainability player is based on its core identity as an automotive company. One of the company's goals is to contribute to the creation of a hydrogen society by encouraging the purchase of Fuel Cell cars.
Through the Htwo brand, Hyundai Motor Group plans to purchase 3 million tonnes of hydrogen per year by 2035, powering activities such as clean logistics, green steel production and energy generation.and energy.
But as stated, Hyundai is also implementing a software-driven transformation. As a provider of smart mobility solutions, Hyundai recognizes the importance of software and AI in creating a user-centric mobility ecosystem.
At CES, its "Software-defined Everything" (SDx) strategy was announced, which aims to transform all devices, fleets and mobility ecosystems into valuable assets through advanced software and AI.
Through the SDx strategy, the Group intends to develop a mobility ecosystem that meets the needs of users anytime, anywhere. To achieve this, Hyundai is taking a software-defined approach, moving from vehicle development to building the entire mobility system, providing a holistic user experience without limitations, consisting of mobility services and solutions that prioritize functionality and safety. .


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