• A consolidated global hyperloop network of 88.500 km by 2050 could transport 1.457 million passengers each year, 28 million tonnes of freight transported per year, with an economic impact of 271 billion euro annual revenue opportunity and avoiding the emission of 6.288 million tonnes of CO2 to the atmosphere during its lifetime.

  • The combination of the low-pressure environment with the elimination of the ground friction makes hyperloop the most energy-efficient solution for distances between 400km and 1500km, with an energy consumption 5 to 10 times less than a commercial aircraft for the same inland route. The operation of the system is also fully electric, resulting in 0 direct emissions during operation. Finally, adding renewable energy sources along the tube network can offset all energy, completely eliminating its carbon footprint and even becoming a net-positive infrastructure if needed.