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Competing Technologies within Hydrogen Car Community

Not only is the hydrogen auto industry being pressured by outside competition such as electric autos and those that run on biofuels, but there is competition within the hydrogen auto industry itself. Many people are anxious to get going on building a supporting infrastructure to support hydrogen autos. Yet others …

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U.S. DOE Hydrogen Program Still Alive and Kicking

Back in May 2009, I had talked about how the head of the U. S. Department of Energy (DOE) Steven Chu wanted to zero out the budget for hydrogen auto development. In the weeks and months to follow Congressional representatives restored this funding. And amidst slumping auto sales all major …

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Gensler Hydrogenerator Sparks Chicago’s Bloomingdale Trail

Gensler Design along with 4240 Architecture has just won a silver Spark Award for design excellence in transforming a 3-mile section of one of Chicago’s abandoned railway lines (pictured left) into a solar and Hydrogenerator powered farm and trail way. The idea is to transform the old Bloomingdale railroad viaduct that …

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Nickel-Hydrogen Batteries for Hydrogen Cars?

Now days most models of hydrogen fuel cell autos come with some sort of hybrid or plug-in hybrid batteries to increase mileage and range of the vehicle. The major automakers have come to realizing that the marrying of these two technologies (fuel cells and batteries) will be a winning combination …

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