Saturday, May 19, 2007

Hydrogen and Aluminum as a Fuel

Although this blog hasn't published a report on hydrogen power yet, it looks promising. Now a National Medal of Technology winner says he's "ready and able to start a revolution." Using hydrogen and aluminum as a fuel, an engine would be able to produce it's own energy without ever needing to fuel up. The best part? No CO2 emissions.

The worst part? "The egos of program managers at DOE [Department of Energy] are holding up the revolution," he said.