“Water, yes my friends, I believe that water will one day be employed as fuel.  That Hydrogen and Oxygen which constitute it, used singly or together, will furnish an inexhaustible source of heat and light…”


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Hydrogen is composed of one electron, one proton and one neutron; particles we scientifically describe as simply energy in motion. Hydrogen is the first creation of matter.  Literally next to nothing, Hydrogen is the most humble element in creation.  The most abundant element on our Planet, Hydrogen exists primarily as water H2O.

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The 18th century father of chemistry, Lavoisier, first named Hydrogen, from the Greek term meaning “water-maker”.  In its simplicity, Hydrogen is the perfect fuel.



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We can separate Hydrogen from Oxygen in water and then safely store it.  When energy is needed, H2 and O2 recombine in a Fuel Cell producing water and electricity.  This “Hydrogen Cycle” is basic to the fuel cycle of today.  Our plants draw carbon dioxide (CO2) from the air and water (H2O) from the earth.  In a mysterious process called “Photosynthesis” plants manufacture hydrocarbons and release oxygen.  

Then we wait a million years for the earth to press plants into crude oil that we pump, refine and finally burn with gross inefficiency in millions of air polluting, thermal waste producing automobiles. Combustion engines so inefficient that we need to wrap the combustion chamber in cooling jacket designed to use  radiator fan coils to dump 80% of the energy produced as waste heat.  80% of the precious oil that took over a million years to produce.  Oil that could otherwise be used to produce plastics or lubricants, wasting 4 out of the 5 dollars we pay for each gallon of gasoline by simply dumping that waste heat into our environment.

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