Senate Reinstates Funds for Hydrogen Convergence and All is Well

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After a couple of very tense months, the Senate Committee on Appropriations restored funding for the Hydrogen R&D program. We at the ebTDesign Forum would like to thank all those people who were responsible for putting America’s energy future back on track and setting us once more on the path to hydrogen convergence. Enjoy this …

Understanding the Fight For Hydrogen Convergence

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Many readers of the ebTDesign Forum are asking what is hydrogen convergence and why should they care. We would advise these community leaders to think of hydrogen convergence as the new Internet or as an emerging platform for economic growth. The fight is to restore funding for the hydrogen car because it is the killer …

Announcing: The SNICE Hydrogen Convergence Subgroup

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Today, the ebTDesign Forum is proud to announce the formation of the SNICE Hydrogen Convergence Subgroup on LinkedIn. This strategic network will serve as a starting point for those SNICE members who are concerned with how the introduction of the hydrogen car in 2015 and other related hydrogen technologies will affect the economic health of …

Happy Independence Day from the Hydrogen Convergence

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The team at the ebTDesign Forum would like to wish you and yours a happy and safe Fourth of July weekend. We are grateful for all our loyal readers and followers on twitter. These are very exciting times for energy independence and hydrogen convergence. The changes to our energy landscape are happening fast and furious. …

Commentary on Potential for United States Economic Growth

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The Wall Street Journal published an article called “Federal Intervention Pits Gets vs. Get-Nots.” This article chronicles the lengths that the Obama Administration is willing go to ensure that America doesn’t suffer a double dip recession. However, the Wall Street Media has been slow to acknowledge the main challenge facing the United States Economy which …

Questioning President Obama’s Hydrogen Legacy

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Many of President Barack Obama’s political opponents have been quick to write his administration’s hydrogen legacy after the DOE (Department of Energy) suggested defunding the hydrogen car programs. They have seized upon this decision and suggest that is a sign of things to come. We at the ebTDesign Forum warn that this criticism maybe premature. …

Open Invitation to the Hydrogen Revolution

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Many of you have been tweeting about the Hydrogen Road Tour currently taking place on the West Coast. Like the time just prior to the commercial launch of the Internet, we are poised for explosive growth in the near term. Unfortunately unlike the ARPA era funding, the Department of Energy has decided to abandon hydrogen …

Making Investments in Industry Cluster Empowerment

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President Obama’s much heralded stimulus package is seen as a god send by members of traditional green technology groups like wind and solar. There is a fear, however, that the Venture Capital (VC) and Angel Investors along with the federal government will not fund newly emerging opportunities like hydrogen infrastructure deployment. To this we at …