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New York State Steps Up to Plate in Hydrogen Game

In the state of New York, Governor George E. Pataki and Senate Majority Leader Joseph L. Bruno have announced the Saratoga Technology and Energy Park (STEP), which is a new state-of-the-art alternative fuel research facility. According to Governor Pataki, “The Saratoga Technology and Energy Park is an exciting venue for …

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Chevron Teaming Up to Build Hydrogen Fuel Stations

Chevron has been teaming up with other companies to build hydrogen fueling stations across the nation in various demonstration projects. First, in early 2005, Chevron (Chevron Technology Ventures and Chevron Hydrogen Co.) designed, built and unveiled a hydrogen fueling station (reformer) in California under a U. S. Department of Energy …

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New York’s Home Sweet Hydrogen Home

New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) has laid claim to building “America’s First Solar-Hydrogen Home.” The 800-square foot house in Kings Point, New York was constructed as part of an international competition, the 2005 Solar Decathlon, sponsored by the U. S. Department of Energy (DOE). The hydrogen home was built …

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Oregon on Trail towards Hydrogen Economy

Oregon Governor Ted Kulongoski wants to turn the state’s economy into a hydrogen economy in order to create new jobs, a cleaner environment and less dependence upon foreign oil. According to Governor Kulongoski, “Hydrogen holds great promise and offers great possibilities, including clean energy, good jobs, and a healthy environment. …

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Hydrogen Storage Issue Solved In South Korea

In order for hydrogen autos to start rolling out anytime soon, the hydrogen infrastructure has to be in place. This means, hydrogen production, storage and distribution channels all have to be working in order to deliver the product to waiting automobiles. One of the pieces to this infrastructure puzzle, may …

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Hydrogen Engines Hot Commodity in Iowa

A startup company, Hydrogen Engine Center Incorporated, is taking advantage of a niche market left open by Ford, General Motors and Chrysler. The Big 3 automakers have gotten out of the business of industrial engine production, making way for smaller companies to take root. Hydrogen Engine Center, however, is putting …

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