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Hydrogen economy
Posted: 14 March 2006

I am still uneasy with the assertion that the hydrogen economy will "fizzle out" and "be over before it started." Every indication I have had from the experts we have had talking to us, and what I have read, is that hydroigen is likely to be a useful and significant part of the energy mix of the future. That seems to be the key - that it will be a mix.

Methanol seen as the dominant fuel of the future
Dateline: 15 July 2015
The hydrogen economy - with its vision of gas-guzzling engines replaced by hydrogen fuel cells that produce water instead of smog and greenhouse gases - may be over, before it even got started. Perhaps it should not have surprised us; it was being predicted by George Olah, winner of the 1994 Nobel Prize in chemistry, ten years ago. At the time, Olah, whose research into the chemistry of ...
Wolfgang Grulke This is a contentious issue and may be unlikely at this time (in 2006), but it is a valid scenario. What if it DOES happen?
Posted: 14 March 2006 at 00:00
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