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Hydrogen Critic Takes Aim with Faulty Information

Hydrogen critics come and go with some making good points and other disseminating bad information. Every once in a while, I come across a website that is willfully distributing bad information about hydrogen that needs to be confronted. Generally, I like “green” websites and blogs and travel to several every …

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Why Can’t I Buy A Hydrogen Car Now?

Several people have emailed me recently who want to buy a hydrogen auto now, so I thought I would do a post on why we must wait a bit for this to happen. Bryan S. sent in this question regarding buying a hydrogen auto, “Why is it these automakers will …

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FutureGen in the Past Tense?

I’ve talked about the FutureGen clean coal initiative over the past couple of years as a promising method to produce hydrogen cleanly and capture the autobon. In December 2007, the Department of Energy (DOE) announced that Mattoon, Illinois would be the home to the first prototype plant. Yesterday, Energy Secretary …

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Hydrogen Generator for On-Demand Use

There are many uses for a hydrogen generator, from backyard experiments to electrical backup power to automotive applications to high purity uses for the industrial and laboratory sectors and for large power plants. The word “hydrogen generator” can be taken in two different ways. First, it can mean a system …

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Florida Ripening Its Hydrogen Technology

So much has been written about hydrogen technology growing by leaps and bounds in California that it often overshadows other locations. But, Florida has also been making strides towards getting into the hydrogen game as they have recently installed their second hydrogen fueling station and are creating the state’s first …

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Filler Up with Fullerenes

A new study in nanotechnology gives hope to solving the hydrogen storage problem. The safety concerns of storing hydrogen under high pressures is well documented, so many scientists have been working on storing the gas under low pressure methods. So far, chemical storage and storage with metal hydrides offers hope …

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Residential Fuel Cells for Hurricane Season

In the past few years, many of the residents of the Gulf Coast have been rocked by hurricanes, hunkering down in their homes as they lose power from the grid, sometime for days. Now that we’re heading into the full swing of another hurricane season, some residents are turning to …

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