Chapter 7

Social Life Cycle Assessment of Hydrogen Energy Technologies

Rosana Adami Mattioda, Pâmela Teixeira Fernandes, José Luiz Casela and Osiris Canciglieri Junior,    Pontifical Catholic University of Paraná (PUCPR), Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil

Abstract

Climate change is being discussed in many parts of the world and has required changes in many economic sectors, particularly in the industrial sector. In this context, the integration of the product development process and sustainability has become critical since it is not possible to accept methods and the approach of developing products and services that may compromise the future of the planet. Thus, studies on energy technologies by means of hydrogen and its links to sustainability have grown ...

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