An Interesting Insight about Hydrogen Convergence 2020

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Back in September, we at the ebTDesign Forum started to talk with a lot of very serious people about what hydrogen convergence will look like in the year 2020 because many in the United States had forgotten the feelings of shared achievement during the London Olympics. Representatives from GM, NASA, and NREL shared their candid …

Why Hydrogen Road Tours lead to New Hydrogen Stations

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Not a week goes by that some new tidbit of information shows battery electric vehicles are failing in the marketplace. However, if you or your peers were to suggest that hydrogen fuel cell vehicles would be a better option for sustainable transport, a lot of very serious people would say that hydrogen fuel cell vehicles …

Rebuilding US Highway System not an Avenue for Hydrogen Convergence

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Confounders will undoubtedly see an opportunity to spend a boat load of money when they hear news of America’s growing infrastructure crisis. On the other hand, you and your peers would be well advised not to take the bait. The reason is because road and bridge work lend themselves to the kind of government contracting …

Are Australia and Singapore the best markets for Hydrogen Convergence?

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The Asia-Pacific is shaping up to be a great place to export sustainability solutions based on hydrogen convergence. According to industry analysts, Frost & Sullivan, “environmental agencies are pressuring governments to conserve their resources” and Australia and Singapore “have sound industrial infrastructure.” Hydrogen Convergence will provide another option for those tasked with supporting sustainability. Another …

Why does GM have a problem with Hydrogen Convergence?

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A lot of very serious people like to talk about “a chicken or the egg” problem when it comes to the introduction of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. According to Reuters, “Charlie Freese believes fuel cell vehicles could be commercialized by 2015 or 2016 if the infrastructure to support the technology is sufficient.” However, you and …

Pure Energy introduces Morocco to Hydrogen Convergence

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A lot of very serious people are talking about the Pure Energy® hydrogen infrastructure at the Al Akhawayn University in Morocco. Many of these so-called gurus are apparently impressed by the fact that such cutting edge technology has made it all the way to “Africa.” Unfortunately, they don’t seem to be just as impressed that …

Oslo to Monte Carlo, Sounds like Road Race

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According to FuelCellWorks.com, members of the Zero Emissions Resource Organization (ZERO) set a record for the longest independent trip in a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle. Generally, hydrogen fuel cell vehicles are accompanied by support vehicles that carry spare parts and extra hydrogen fuel. In this case, the journey was accomplished using only public hydrogen filling …

The Dangers of Pre-Globalization Institutions

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All of the institutions that govern America’s economic sustainability are pre-Globalization. And, pre-Globalization economic institutions were built on excessive consumption. This comes from the post-World War II transition period when consumption was needed to rebuild the post-War economies of our allies. Now, America is struggling to find its way through the post-Globalization transition. For example, …

91 Days until the London Olympics

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There are 91 days until the start of the Summer Olympics. And for hydrogen convergence advocates it feels like things have already started. The major auto makers have agreed to production ready hydrogen fuel cell vehicles by 2015. But, the real push will come one year later in 2016 which is just in time for …