The National Fuel Cell Research Center
provides information about how fuel cells work, as well as some
of their benefits and applications.
The California Fuel
This website has information about how fuel cells work, as well
as the Partnership's projects getting fuel cell vehicles on the
road in California.
Cells and Hydrogen
The Rocky Mountain Institute webpage has a wealth of information
focusing on this energy issue.
Hydrogen, Fuel Cells & Infrastructure Technologies Program
Here the Department of Energy provides information about the president's
hydrogen initiative, as well as background on where the field stands
now and where it's headed.
Stan Ovshinsky's company is advancing his solid hydrogen storage
technology. This webpage explains a little more about how they store
hydrogen as a solid.
Read a BBC story about Iceland's emerging hydrogen economy and why
hydrogen looks like an obvious choice to meet the energy needs of
this unique nation.
Hydrogen Economy: After Oil, Clean Energy From a Fuel-Cell-Driven
Global Hydrogen Web
This E Magazine article by hydrogen enthusiast Jeremy Rifkin provides
a lot of information about how hydrogen could meet the world's energy
needs - and why the author thinks it's a good idea.
the Hydrogen Economy Works
How Stuff Works has a good page about what's called the Hydrogen
Economy. There is a long list of resource links as well.
Your Own Electrolyzer
Check out this page on how to generate your own small amount of
hydrogen using easy-to-find parts.
Stan Ovshinsky's company churns out miles of thin film photovoltaics.
Visit their website to learn more about how their product differs
from traditional crystalline solar panels.
Isaac Berzin's company homepage provides some more information about
their process to turn smokestack emissions into fuel.