We may be going to Tokyo in Swedish)

the future of travel will look like is an often-debated issue. Many people believe that today's flying is not possible from the point of view of climate and of

We may be going to Tokyo in Swedish)

the future of travel will look like is an often-debated issue. Many people believe that today's flying is not possible from the point of view of climate and of the intensity of the emission of the greenhouse gas emissions it causes.

Hållbarhetsexperten Per Grankvist has been written on the topic and said in the Swedish newspaper Expressen pod Klimatprat the plane gives a ”sense of freedom”.

" air travel is the ability to go far quickly, learn, and then come back quickly.

a Journalist and a writer, Per Grankvist. Photo by: < / b> Anna Hållams / Anna Hållams
He does believe, however, that the ability to see what other countries are going to be left in place in the future where we will fly much less often.

" in a few years, maybe we will go to Tokyo and the Swedish research council. We are able to bring the experiences of the nature of the place.

"yes, Yes, but not in such a way that, it will spoil and contaminate the planet," says Grankvist.

< Elflyg may be, at the time,
however, unlike other modes of transport, it has not yet put a great deal of importance to the development of elflyg. Electric cars are almost a daily lives now, and in the course of last autumn, appointed by the government elektrifieringskommission in order to ”speed up the efforts against the fossil-fuel-free transport.

the Reason is that there is a delay with the flights is the single, Per Grankvist.

" You have not paid attention to.

But now, it happens to any of the things in Norway.

" When I talk to people in the industry think they are in the elflyg over short distances, up to one hour of flight time. Long haul flights to Thailand or to New York city to go on hydrogen, " says Grankvist.

He continued.

" In Norway, there is a large amount of electricity and furthermore, the short distances they need to travel. Then no need for getting up at such a high altitude, either.

in Spite of the favourable conditions, however, it may be a while before we see the elflyg in the air.

"They are, at the time, and they talk about it, but it doesn't happen so much in this area," says Grankvist.

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Updated Date: 03 March 2020, 05:00

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