Hydrogen Internal Combustion Engine
The excessive use of hydrocarbon internal combustion-gasification technology for the bulk of industrial applications over the last three centuries, almost exclusively, bears responsibility for the impending Climate Change as The Greenhouse Effect has become a global issue in recent decades. Technology for production of mechanical energy-useful work through exploiting an expanding gaseous mixture is one of the most important technological breakthroughs and it is possible for it to continue to be widely implemented, with the prerequisite of drastic reduction and eventual annihilation of emissions of gaseous pollutants. In this context, Hydrogen can replace Hydrocarbons of all types and meet the requirements of each application without producing CO2 as it ignites. It is a fact, however, that the HICE Powertrain (Hydrogen Internal Combustion Engine) differs compared to a conventional diesel or petrol internal combustion powertrain. There are commercially available models of such engines and the imminent imposition of fines for the owners of machinery or means of transportation that produce Greenhouse gas emissions makes the internal combustion of hydrocarbons an extremely short-term, non-viable solution, especially as technological development allows cost-competitive mass production of hydrogen, which is directly usable and able to meet energy needs without polluting the environment.