Last 11 December, the European Commission presented the European Green Deal. This document covers seven major areas of activity, one of which is sustainable mobility. The deal has two inspirational principles, summarised in two statements, one made by Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission: “The European Green Deal is our new growth strategy. It will help cut emissions, as well as a create jobs”, in short, the Green Deal is a driver for growth. The other main objective is purely environmental as Frans Timmermans, Executive Vice- President of the European Commission explains: “We propose a green and comprehensive transition to help improve the well-being of people and to leave a healthy planet to future generations”. One environmental objective and the other economic to be achieved by the 2050 horizon and where mobility is responsible for 25% of GHG emissions… By Carlos Javier Navarro Espada. Director General of Industry and SMEs of the Government of Aragón. Vice Chair of the Aragón Hydrogen Foundation.