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 it’s birth through it’s 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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From the Blog
Even though today hydrogen fuel cell technology is being vastly out played by all-electric powertrains, many manufacturers are determined to develop both technologies letting science discoveries and rate of progress to determine which one is here to stay.read more
Representing Top 3 Extremely Cheap All-Electric Cars in the World that Come with Innovative design and Outstanding Performance. Some believe when Walmart starts selling electric cars that go 200 miles on a charge for $6,000 w/o incentives, then you’ll know the battery electric vehicle revolution.read more
TOKYO -- Japanese automaker Toyota Motor will develop fuel cell trucks exclusively for convenience store powerhouse Seven-Eleven Japan, the companies announced Wednesday, aiming to cut carbon emissions by promoting the eco-friendly vehicles.The hydrogen-powered trucks...read more
... "these projects could finally deliver on the big promise of hydrogen as a fuel source. Apart from makers of cars and forklifts, hydrogen has largely remained of interest to research labs and small companies. If UK and Australian homes and businesses start heating...read more
From an article from Phys.org: Splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen to produce clean energy can be simplified with a single catalyst developed by scientists at Rice University and the University of Houston. The electrolytic film produced at Rice and tested at...read more