Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘hydrogen energy’

2013 Hydrogen & Fuel Cells Energy Summit – Berlin, Germany

2013 Hydrogen & Fuel Cells Energy Summit – Berlin, Germany

ACI’s 2013 Hydrogen & Fuel Cells Energy Summit will be taking place in Berlin, Germany on 30-31 October 2013. The two day event will bring together key industry stakeholders from all facets of the hydrogen economy to discuss the required economical and infrastructural support for a sustainable future energy carrier.

New Hydrogen Powered Personal Helicopter

New Hydrogen Powered Personal Helicopter

Older article, but an interesting read. A personal helicopter weighing just 230 lb created sizzling news when it flew on hydrogen with zero emission. With an ability to carry payloads up to 800 lbs, this pocket Hercules can fly for 90 minutes. Fitted with easy controls, this reaches a speed of 100 knots thanks to [...]

Badges? We don’t need any to pursue clean energy

Badges? We don’t need any to pursue clean energy

Mexican character actor Alfonso Bedoya delivered what may be one of the most frequently misquoted lines of all time. The movie in which he delivered it is “The Treasure of the Sierra Madre” and stars Humphrey Bogart and Walter Huston. Bedoya played an unnamed bandit, listed in the credits as Gold Hat. But in my mind he [...]

Emissions boost the case for clean energy

Emissions boost the case for clean energy

Two facts make clean energy unbeatable: air pollution and its friend climate change. Sure there are naysayers. Texas Gov. Rick Perry was quoted as saying, “Scientists are ‘coming forward daily’ to disavow a ‘theory that remains unproven,’” in a tweet by New Hampshire Public Radio. And James Delingpole on globalclimatescam.com sarcastically says, “It now seems [...]


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