Any future version of the "hydrogen economy," if such a thing ever exists at all, will require massive amounts of technology which has either not yet been invented or needs much more refinement. If you are interested in knowing more about these upcoming technologies, including hydrogen-powered cars, maybe you should check out the 2008 Hydrogen Expo in Sacramento, California. The event started today and will continue through April first (Tuesday). Besides seeing exciting technology such as a fuel
Hey, are there Project Driveway participants in Ottawa? There could be, now that Gary Lunn, Canada's minister of natural resources, helped open the city's first permanent hydrogen fueling station. According to Fuel Cell Today, this is part of the Hydrogen on the Hill project, which "aims to improve public awareness of the capability of hydrogen energy technologies and the role Canadian firms are playing in working towards the creation of a hydrogen economy."
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