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Re: [GreenYes] hydrogen
There is a tremendous amount of information out there on the various hydrogen fuel cell technologies. Two appropriate starting points are:

Rocky Mountain Institute,, and look for Amory Lovins' article on the next hydrogen economy.

Fuel Cell Investor Site,, with information on the active companies, assorted technologies, and information of interest to investors.

If I remember, Tom, you are in Wisconsin. So, check out the Energy Center of Wisconsin's web page for some basic information,

And, in Sunday's Milwaukee Journal Sentinel there will be a feature on Racine-based Modine Manufacturing which has contracts with Ford and DaimlerChrysler to producer fuel cell vehicles.

This barely scratches the surface...

At 12:46 PM 2/8/2002 -0600, TomT wrote:
Excuse me for any cross-posting.

A co-worker and myself have been dabbling in alternative energy.  We've been
looking at stirling engines and recently the use of hydrogen.  Does anyone
have any information on hydrogen generation/use in automobiles/fuel cells/
etc. ?


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