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Vice President, Arrgh Manufacturing Inc.
Arrgh Manufacturing Inc. of Novato California has developed and manufacturers a hydrogen gas detector and forced ventilation fan system for use in areas where hydrogen may be present. The system complies with NFPA 2 Hydrogen Technology Code and is designed to be used in areas that have flooded fire…Continue
Posted by Al Coddington on March 13, 2013 at 5:08pm
I’ve talked many times about the Obama White House’s less than enthusiastic stance on hydrogen cars, putting money behind battery electric vehicles instead. And I’ve even talked in recent months how the President is warming up and evolving on the idea of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles as a long range, zero emission, quick fueling solution.
Energy Secretary Steven Chu, who is on his way out of office, has even warmed up to the need in the marketplace for fuel cell vehicles. We…Continue
Posted by Hydro Kevin on March 12, 2013 at 6:50pm
Posted by Hydro Kevin on February 12, 2013 at 6:23pm
At the 2012 Paris Auto Show which ended about 10 days ago Hyundai had formalized a previous announce that will be a game-changer in the hydrogen car industry. The Korean car company stated that they will start commercial production of the Hyundai ix35 fuel cell vehicle in December 2012.
That’s right folks, in just two months, Hyundai will change history by starting to manufacturer the first commercial hydrogen fuel cell vehicle for sale and lease (instead of lease-only like a…Continue
Posted by Hydro Kevin on October 24, 2012 at 5:10pm
I’ve talked about the company HyperSolar a couple times in the past as a company dedicated to making direct solar to hydrogen systems. The photocatalyst the company has invented is immersed into water and then a light source is turned upon it, resulting in hydrogen production.
The Photocatalytic water splitting technique developed by HyperSolar is an efficient, low cost alternative to using platinum on electrodes. In fact, by happy accident, HyperSolar has discovered not only a…
Posted by Hydro Kevin on October 23, 2012 at 5:13pm
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