A solution to fossil fuels that has long been dismissed or ignored, has proven itself to be one of the most effective – an alternative energy produced from the most abundant element in the universe.

We follow the story of hydrogen from its birth through its potential today to completely disrupt and replace fossil fuels.

Invented almost two hundred years ago, but still struggling for recognition, a new generation of engineers and scientists are taking the promise of fuel cells and transforming transportation from forklifts to eighteen wheelers. Countries like Japan are powering a hundred thousand homes with them, proving that commercial and residential buildings will one day reshape society as fuel cells disrupt the fossil fuel supremacy.

But what are we doing here in the U.S.? The answer may shock you.

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Hyundai Motors NY presents you the world's first hydrogen video guidebook, “The Value and Future of Eco-Friendly Hydrogen”. https://youtu.be/GpRyn5-ZbPU

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Scientists expect horrific global warming of 1.6-2°C by 2032, triggering the final collapse of major ecosystems, extreme crop-wrecking weather events, widespread global extinction, then more horrific warming from vicious feed back loops, yet media refuse to scream for emergency action. – Ben See @ClimateBen

There's a 70% chance of hitting 1.5C of global warming by 2025, and warming is showing signs of accelerating as Arctic sea ice melts and the Earth releases more and more carbon into the atmosphere due to extreme temperatures, notably from vast forest fires....

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