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Renewable Energy News -- ScienceDaily
  • How to curb emissions: Put a price on carbon
    Literally putting a price on carbon pollution and other greenhouse gasses is the best approach for nurturing the rapid growth of renewable energy and reducing emissions. While prospects for a comprehensive carbon price are dim, especially in the US, many other policy approaches can spur the renewables revolution, according to a new policy article.
  • Study shows how investments reflected shift in environmental views
    A new study is the first to use financial investors' actions, rather than self-reported opinions, to investigate the trans-Atlantic difference in public opinion on climate change and the environment.
  • Making fuel from light
    Photosynthesis has given life to the planet. While scientists have been studying and mimicking the natural phenomenon in the laboratory for years, understanding how to replicate the chemical process behind it has largely remained a mystery -- until now.

Mission Statement

  • To excite and educate the American public regarding our energy options especially as they relate to the long term strength of our economy, our national security, and our stewardship of the environment.To accelerate the adoption of hydrogen and fuel cell based technologies as part of our nation’s overall energy portfolio, with an understanding of the role hydrogen does (universal energy carrier) and does not (independent energy source) play.
  • To make the message “stick” by developing a powerful, yet simple brand.


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Newsflash

In May 2009, the Obama Administration announced that it would "cut off funds" for the development of fuel cell hydrogen vehicles, since other vehicle technologies will lead to quicker reduction in greenhouse gas emissions in a shorter time. The U. S. Secretary of Energy explained that hydrogen vehicles "will not be practical over the next 10 to 20 years".