A Hydrogen Economy

     In a Hydrogen Economy (vs. a Petroleum Economy), Hydrogen is used to power everything, rather than Petroleum. (I should say Hydrogen along with Solar, Geothermal, Wind, Biodiesel, and other non-polluting fuels.) In a Hydrogen Economy, the Federal Government would give subsidies to non-polluting technologies at the same rate as they do for polluting technologies. Leveling the playing field in this manner would make non-polluting technologies cheaper than their polluting counterparts. This would also make us independent of foreign oil. Some have written that a Hydrogen Economy would also greatly reduce poverty.

     Honda FCX – a Fuel Cell Car

     Ecolonomics – Because ecology means business

     How the Hydrogen Economy Works

     The Hydrogen Economy: The Creation of the World-Wide Energy Web and the Redistribution of Power on Earth by Jeremy Rifkin.

     US Department of Energy Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy – Bringing you a prosperous future where energy is clean, abundant, reliable, and affordable.

     Eye for Fuel Cells

     Iceland New Energy – Iceland is heading to become the world’s first nation to have a Hydrogen Economy

     Quantum Technologies