Now we are talking about Hydrogen and Fuel Cell FUTURE:
“China targets 1 million hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles by 2030” — Nasdaq
HydrogenCarsNow.com and this writer have been optimistic about the FCEV’s future for a long time, but if Wall Street believes in their success, there is no holding back the investors. Energy efficiency, sustainable mobility — it’s all about making money.
“Fuel cells create a better automobile that’s 50 percent more energy-efficient overall and sustainable from energy and safety perspectives.” — Larry Burns.
He should know; he developed FCEVs at General Motors
|“” — Greg Walden|
Hydrogen , so reports the LATimes. A quote from this interesting article: “We’ve clearly left the science project stage, and the technology is viable,” said Charles Freese, who heads GM’s fuel cell business.”
Another fascinating essay is titled Its author is Scott Samuelsen, a professor emeritus of mechanical and aerospace engineering at the University of California, Irvine, is director of the , located at UC Irvine.
Illustration from the article at
In the preceding article series, we explored how all this started; following are several videos to recount the important aspects of the developing Hydrogen Age & Hydrogen Economy. These videos might be helpful when trying to recollect certain facts, facets, or features.
The Hydrogen Age official promo 4:34 min.
HYDROGEN AGE DOCUMENTARY 55:21 min.
seems to be identical to the above
The Hydrogen Age in 6 parts on videos
Part 1 10 min.
Part 2 same
Part 3 same
Part 4 same
Part 5 same “10 Min. w. Amory Lovins & Geoffrey Ballard”
Part 6 5 ½ min.
Thanks again for sharing your enthusiasm for H2 and Fuel Cells with me for the better part of a year.