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German Hydrogen Submarine Dives for World Record

A German hydrogen fuel cell submarine, built by Howaldtswerke Deutsche Werft, set a world record recently with a dive lasting 2 weeks. The German U32, a U212-A class H2 sub was underwater from April 11 – 25, 2006 traveling from Eckernforerde, Germany to Rota, Spain. The U32 is a hydrogen …

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From Ethanol Cars to Hydrogen Cars

Yesterday, I mentioned ethanol as a good interim step to provide relief at the gas pumps from high oil prices now and in the near future with hydrogen technology being 5 years away. Another interesting scenario would be the ramping up of ethanol autos and infrastructure now as a natural …

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Technical University of Denmark Advances Hydrogen Car Technology

The Technical University of Denmark (DTU) is making significant headway in hydrogen auto technology. First, researchers at DTU have discovered a hydrogen tablet that stores hydrogen inexpensively and safely allowing drivers of hydrogen autos and vehicles to drive 400 miles using a normal-size fuel tank. According to the DTU researchers, …

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Hydrogen Bomb Sautoe for Bush

Yesterday, I reported that President Bush was visiting the California Fuel Cell Partnership in West Sacramento, California for Earth Day. Apparently, at this hydrogen awareness rally, there was a bomb sautoe where a man threw his backpack into a crowd of 1,500 protesters then ran away. The bomb squad blasted …

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Military Moving Ahead With Hydrogen for Vehicles

The U.S. Army Communications Electronics Command at Fort Belvoir in Virginia has contracted with a company called Unitel to deliver a pilot plant that reforms hydrogen from JP-8 fuel. The hydrogen will be used for solid oxide fuel cell stacks to power mobile auxiliary power units on military vehicles on …

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University of North Dakota High on Hydrogen

The University of North Dakota (UND) is getting high on hydrogen and loving it. One of UND’s student organizations, the Society of Energy Alternatives based out the Mechanical Engineering Department has built a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle from the ground up with the fuel cell itself being donated by John …

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Hydrogen Islands Are No Fantasy

Hydrogen islands were once only a fantasy but have become more of a reality recently. Iceland is becoming one of the early adopters of the new hydrogen technology as it has three DaimlerChrysler fuel-cell buses running on hydrogen gas provided by an H2 filling station. The hydrogen filling station is …

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