Make Hydrogen Happen

From Hydrogen Fuel News: Potato waste used in new hydrogen production research in P.E.I.

UPEI researchers are looking for new ways to produce hydrogen. University of Prince Edward Island (UPEI) researchers have cooked up new hydrogen production recipes that include waste products like potato peelings, sawdust and tunicate.[Ezoic] Looking to potato waste as a way to replace fossil fuels. An assistant professor in the Faculty of Sustainable Design Engineering […]

EV ranges are compelling

The US Dept of Energy and the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released data on the mileage range for non-hybrid electric vehicles. Their graph shows how the range of EVs has grown since 2011 to meet or even surpass the range of many gasoline-powered vehicles. [Range of Electric Vehicles Offered for Sale in the United […]

NamX and hydrogen-based capsules on the horizon in Europe

The innovative French car business NamX is developing a new approach to hydrogen fueling – the hydrogen capsule based on a new vehicle category they are also developing – the HUV (hydrogen utility vehicle). Read more about the upcoming vehicles and the capsules as a way to fuel them. [NamX hydrogen vehicle] Photo: credit NamX

From the DOE — Notices of Intent: Funding for Advanced Vehicle Technologies

[Bookmark and Share] Having trouble viewing this email? View it as a Web page. [Energy dot gov Office of Energy Efficiency and renewable energy] EERE Funding Opportunities [Divider] December 21, 2023 [VTO] Notices of Intent: Funding for Advanced Vehicle Technologies Today, the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Vehicle Technologies Office announced two notices of intent […]

HIT that… Hydrogen Interagency Task Force

It is important to remember that the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has created a task force to manifest the national clean energy hydrogen strategy. Visit the DOE’s Office of Energy Efficient and Renewable Energy HIT website at to read about the collaboration efforts that are spread out around the government from the Transportation, […]

From WSJ: Why No One Wants to Pay for the Green Transition

BYLINE: Wall Street Journal Why No One Wants to Pay for the Green Transition Investors and consumers balk at costs of replacing fossil fuels with renewable energy, highlighting painful economics of climate mitigationIn the past few years, Washington and Wall Street started fantasizing that the transition to net-zero carbon emissions could be an economic bonanza. […]