Tomorrow's Energy: Hydrogen, Fuel Cells, and the Prospects for a Cleaner Planet
Peter HoffmannISBN: 026258221X; 9780262582216;
"President Bushs remarks in his State-of-the-Union message proposing a big jump in funding for hydrogen and fuel cell research and development are terrific news. Its imperative that Congress follows through now and makes available those funds. Aside from the tangible benefits of spending more on an environmentally benign area of energy that for too long has been treated - often condescendingly - like a poor orphan, the political message is of supreme significance. For decades, supporters of hydrogen and other alternative energy fields have argued until they were blue in the face, that the key ingredient missing in moving forward is national political will. President Bushs support provides a large measure of that political will." --Peter Hoffmann, 31 January 2003 About the book: Hydrogen is the quintessential eco-fuel. This invisible, tasteless gas is the most abundant element in the universe. It is the basic building...