It’s got a neat name, a bunch of well-educated college students and six years of quirky history. Last week, the 7th annual Cool Products Expo at Stanford also had a few
, including the Stanford Solar Car team’s solar powered car and hydrogen
powered vehicles from
. Apparently, according to the
minivan (how cool is that?) cost over a million dollars to develop and build. Ford’s Focus Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electrical Vehicle has a 91 percent efficient motor. The companies know that their cars are cool, and somewhere out there in a college lab might be the answer to getting a sensible hydrogen economy rolling.
[Source: Stanford Daily via alt-fuels.org]