North Carolina’s responsible energy portfolio includes H2

Originally published in the Durham Herald-Sun, November 27, 2017. North Carolina is ready for fuel cells and hydrogen fueling stations. The next several weeks are an important period for anyone interested in expanding North Carolina’s energy innovation options and climate response. Hydrogen is clearly part of the solution. Hydrogen solutions are in a new market position […]

Excellent clean energy and climate outcomes require deeper information

Humanity’s most complex hydrogen-based scientific program is 50 percent complete. ITER (International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor) is basically ‘star-powered’ electricity, a.k.a. nuclear fusion… or nuclear power without uranium and plutonium waste. Students, decision makers, and others confronting climate change should be aware of ITER and other current and emerging solutions available to the United States and […]