People Leading the Way for Hydrogen Powered Cars

Tuesday ~ July 07, 2013 by admin Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off

With the increasingly high costs of fuel these days, it is no surprise that so many car manufacturers have been looking for alternative methods for powering their vehicles. As a result, we have seen advancements such as hybrid cars, electric cars, and even solar powered vehicles on the market. However, research and engineering has recently begun to explore the possibility of hydrogen powered vehicles. If these were to be widely produced and for an affordable price, we could end our dependence on fossil fuels to power our vehicles altogether, which would change the Read the rest of this entry

Will Hydrogen be Cheaper than Gasoline?

Wednesday ~ June 06, 2013 by admin Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Hydrogen powered cars and vehicles that make use of emission-free fuel cell technology can offer many important environmental benefits. Ensuring that the technology and opportunities needed to make full use of this technology can be made available to a wider consumer market could make a considerable difference in addressing the current energy crisis. Relying on conventional resources and power sources in order to meet the growing energy and power demand of the future could be a very dangerous and costly mistake, one that has the potential to do far more damage to the environment and natural world.

Developing Read the rest of this entry

The Science and Engineering Behind Hydrogen Powered Cars

Thursday ~ March 03, 2013 by admin Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Hydrogen-powered cars are growing in popularity because they are a more environmentally-friendly alternative to conventional modes of transportation. Hydrogen vehicles are one of the cleanest alternatives, and the only thing they emit is harmless water vapor.

These innovative cars run on hydrogen gas that is stored in high-pressure tanks in a compressed state. The tanks are located either under the vehicle’s floor or in the trunk.

Instead of being burned like traditional fuels, the hydrogen Read the rest of this entry

The Benefits of Hydrogen-Powered Cars

Monday ~ March 03, 2012 by admin Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off

No doubt you have seen the Al Gore lectures or heard the latest regarding the state of our atmosphere and global warming. The fact of the matter is that unless you get renewable energy through places like and drive a fuel efficient car or hybrid there is a good chance you could be contributing to the problem. Every time you stand at the pump, filling your car with gas you are depleting the planet’s dwindling supply of fossil fuels – every time you drive your car in excess you are contributing to the accumulation of greenhouse gasses that are ever so slowly eating away at our protective atmosphere.

With hydrogen fuel cells you are not only lessening the amount of air pollution but you are also using a much more efficient source of power. For example, an internal combustion engine uses less than 20 of the energy potential in gasoline while a fuel cell uses about 60 of the energy available in hydrogen. Not to mention the added benefit of no longer being reliant on foreign powers to fulfill our oil needs. With hydrogen fuel cells, we would rely on no one but ourselves, and those are just benefits at a glance.

Hydrogen Powered Cars Currently In Development

Monday ~ October 10, 2011 by admin Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Hydrogen power has been poised to overtake traditional combustible engines for some time. However, due to development and production costs, these cars have stalled in the American market. As technology has continued to progress the cost manufacturing these clean energy vehicles has drastically declined. This has allowed for literally hundreds of hydrogen powered cars to explode onto the market. California has some of the country’s toughest emission laws, so naturally the state was perfect for the debut of hydrogen powered cars. The first few commercial models sold were in 2008. Since that time, Read the rest of this entry

Challenges and Obstacles of Hydrogen Powered Cars

Sunday ~ October 10, 2011 by admin Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off

The hydrogen fuel cell is considered by many to be the dream propulsion system. Done right, hydrogen powered cars have a good range and the only emission they produce is pure water. So, why are they not all over our highways?

Truth is, there are a number of practical obstacles to the widespread adoption of hydrogen power.

First of all, hydrogen fuel cell systems are expensive. The pilot concept cars are costing anything up to a million each, Read the rest of this entry

Significant Reduction of Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Wednesday ~ September 09, 2011 by admin Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off

What would the world be like with a significant reduction of greenhouse gas emissions? Carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide are all emitted into the air when fossil fuels are burned. Humans burn fossil fuels to produce energy for cars, homes and for industrial uses. These gases, particularly carbon dioxide, trap heat in the atmosphere. As greenhouse gas levels rise, so too will global average temperatures. This prediction is known as global warming.

If we reduce greenhouse gas emissions, perhaps we will be able to ensure a more stable environment in the future.The full explanation can be found at Read the rest of this entry

The Road Ahead for Hydrogen Powered Cars

Saturday ~ September 09, 2011 by admin Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Hydrogen powered cars have been in the works for years; and now prototypes are ready for viewing. Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe, and it’s just natural that hydrogen used as an energy source would be in the future. For the prototype hydrogen powered cars, hydrogen fuel cells seem to be the preference, while some have converted gasoline powered combustion engines to use the hydrogen.
Currently, hydrogen energy is frequently made from natural sources such as methane or other fossil fuels; Read the rest of this entry


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