Dor Group is always looking forward as part of its mission to transform traditional energy consumption - ensuring a cleaner, friendlier and sustainable future.
Around the world, governments are working against the clock to meet the carbon-cutting commitments outlined in the Paris Agreement, the landmark international accord that aims to respond to climate change and its negative impacts.
In 2015, ahead of the Paris Conference, the Israeli government passed a resolution setting national targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions per capita to 7.7 t CO2e (tons of Carbon Dioxide Equivalent) by 2030.
Alongside this, three sectoral targets - to be met by 2030 - were set:
- Increase electricity generation from renewable energy sources to at least 17%.
- Reduce private car mileage by 20% by 2030.
- Reduce electricity consumption by at least 17%.
Countries across the globe are discovering clean hydrogen’s ability to overcome the environmental challenges presented by sectors with high CO2 emissions, including: energy, transportation and heavy industry.
With decarbonization efforts firmly underway, there’s currently an increased demand for alternative, renewable hydrogen - particularly within transportation.