Category Archives: Hydrogen

Hydrogen economy needs 3 times the electricity supply!

From the summary paragraphs of my hydrogen page: **** The Sanders Research Institute sums it up this way: Even at the current level of activity, road traffic would consume more than 3 times all the electricity we generate to produce … Continue reading

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"Open Source" hydrogen car you don’t buy but lease

Riversimple have an interesting hydrogen car model that seems to promote Open Source design of the car to free up the information market and not have important designs being locked away by the one car company. This is an interesting … Continue reading

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Alex Steffen on Hydrogen cars

Alex is one of my heroes as he both “gets” the gravity of peak oil, climate change, toxic buildup, resource depletion, peak soil, fish, climate, trees, metals, and everything… and yet he somehow remains optimistic. Yet even Alex is not … Continue reading

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Off-grid just got easier!

Solar Power Breakthrough Stores Energy for Later Use CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts, August 2, 2008 (ENS) – Within 10 years, homeowners could power their homes in daylight with solar photovoltaic cells, while using excess solar energy to produce hydrogen and oxygen from … Continue reading

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Even "The Economist" rejects hydrogen

I can’t believe it, but I’m pleasantly surprised to hear “The Economist” making sense! This was very interesting, and basically confirms my view that the future of transport is electric simply because hydrogen gas requires too much energy to manufacture, … Continue reading

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