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by Jack Peckham San Diego-Futurists talk dreamily of a "hydrogen future" where the internal combustion engine and fossil fuels are replaced by "clean" hydrogen and fuel cells. But practical reality tells a far different story today: Diesel/ distillate fuels (including jet...
This is maybe a lawn mower's engine, but I think it would work for any engine. What do you think?
This is the Ballard vision of a hydrogen-electric car. I also think this would be the most efficient method of combining the silence and effectiveness of electricity with the power of an internal combustion engine ran on hydrogen.
Getting hydrogen from water is one of today's hottest and fastest-evolving areas in the renewable energy world. The basic methods for hydrogen production, though, have remained the same at their core, and everything is now innovated around the same old principles. 1. Electrolysis Electrolysis is...
  What a little bit of hydrogen can do...
Apple Computer's co-founder is admitting he got caught doing 104 mph in a Toyota Prius -- the famously economical car not known for its speed. "I pleaded...
According to Asahi, a daily Japanese trade rag which we don't know how to read, Toyota will officially be asking for permission from Japan's Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport "for the testing of a prototype plug-in Prius on...
  Citing rising environmental concerns among car buyers, German luxury sports car-maker Porsche said Monday it's developing a hybrid drivetrain for its Cayenne SUV to drastically cut fuel consumption. In a statement issued at its headquarters in Stuttgart, Porsche said its...
By Phoebe Dey, ExpressNews Staff Dr. Daniel Kwok and Dr. Larry Kostiuk (centre) with graduate students Fuzhi Lu (left) and Jun Yang. October 20, 2003 - What started as a simple conversation between two University of...