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Huffington Post on Hydrogen

I didn’t go to the Huffington Post directly. I found this particular blog post through the search engines while looking for stories on hydrogen. The post is called, “What Happened to Hydrogen?” and was written by Andrew J. Nusca. Like many, Mr. Nusca says he hadn’t heard much about hydrogen …

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Hydrogen Work Vehicles Get the Job Done

They may not be as sexy as hydrogen autos parading down the road from one green event to the next with photo ops with congressmen and governors, but some less glamorous hydrogen vehicles are also starting to grab the public’s attention. For instance, lawnmower-maker Toro has paraded out its hydrogen-powered …

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Rochester Hydrogen Village People Enthused

Rochester, New York, the home to Rochester Institute of Technology and Eastman Kodak and voted the 6th best place to live in the U. S. is now vying to become the country’s first “Hydrogen Village”. And, the hydrogen village people couldn’t be happier. Now, there may not be an Indian …

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Aluminum, Gallium and Water Equals Hydrogen

I’d like to follow up on a post that I had made in May about the Purdue University researchers discovering that using an alloy of the metals gallium and aluminum with water create hydrogen. This reaction creates hydrogen-on-demand with little degradation of the alloy. This is because the gallium defends …

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Smart Cars Gets Smarter with Fuel Cells

The Smart Car has decided to get smarter and run on fuel cells instead of gasoline or diesel engines. The Smart Car, developed by Swatch, manufactured by DaimlerChrysler and imported into the U. S. by Zap is a squashed version of the Volkswagen Bug in size and appearance. Currently there …

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Bionic Arm Powered by Hydrogen Peroxide

Okay, I’ll admit it’s a bit of a stretch talking about a hydrogen-powered bionic arm on a hydrogen auto website. Be that as it may, this story grabbed by attention as another mechanical device I hadn’t thought about that could be powered by the most abundant element in the universe. …

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Ammonia Pellets May Power Future Cars

Over the past couple of months, I’ve talked about how ammonia-fueled autos may be the hydrogen autos of the future. Ammonia is a hydrogen-rich chemical compound that when activated is able to release its hydrogen to a fuel cell to power a vehicle. Ammonia is now back in the news …

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Fujitsu Powered by Hydrogen Generator

In Sunnyvale, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, major high-tech company Fujitsu has gone even higher tech by powering their facility with a hydrogen generator. The 200 kw UTC Power fuel cell provides approximately half the power to their data center providing reliable off-the-grid energy that is important to …

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British Columbia Gets 20 Hydrogen Buses

In Victoria, British Columbia, BC Transit has been awarded a contract to produce 20 hydrogen buses. These hybrid electric fuel cell buses will help the province cut greenhouse gases by the target of 33-percent by the year 2020. The $46.4 million contract was presented to New Flyer Industries of Winnipeg. …

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