Hydrogen and Fuel Cell

Friday, February 11, 2005

HYDROGEN AND THE MATERIALS OF A SUSTAINABLE ENERGY FUTURE


HYDROGEN -- THE FUEL OF THE FUTURE

James MacKenzie; World Resources Institute


COMPUTER MODELING IN THE DESIGN AND EVALUATION OF ELECTRIC AND HYBRID VEHICLES

Salvador M. Aceves, J. Ray Smith; Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Norman L. Johnson; Los Alamos National Laboratory


EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF HYDROGEN TRANSPORT THROUGH METALS

R.C. Dye, T.S. Moss; Los Alamos National Laboratory


ELECTROLYTIC PRODUCTION OF HYDROGEN UTILIZING PHOTOVOLTAIC CELLS

Mark A. Daugherty; Los Alamos National Laboratory


MATERIALS FOR HYDRIDE BASED BATTERIES

Ricardo Schwartz; Los Alamos National Laboratory


HYDROGEN FUEL CELLS FOR UTILITY AND TRANSPORTATION APPLICATIONS

Shimshon Gottesfeld; Los Alamos National Laboratory


ENGINEERING MATERIALS FOR HYDROGEN SEPARATION

R.C. Dye, T.S. Moss; Los Alamos National Laboratory


LANL Hydrogen Education Site


Green Links

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These links go to other clean energy/renewable energy sites with lots of great information!

Educational Links

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Center for Renewable Energy and Sustainable Technology

Handling Hydrogen Safely

The National Hydrogen Association

North American Association for Environmental Education

Why Use Hydrogen?

Fuel Cells 2000


US Government Links

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Hydrogen InfoNet from the U.S. Department of Energy

U.S. Department of Energy, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Network

The President's Council on Sustainable Development


International Links

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The NECAR from Daimler Benz

The WE-NET Project (World Energy Network)

Energy Directory - Hydrogen and Fuel Cells

The New Sunshine Program

United Nations Environmental Program Collaborating Centre on Energy and Environment

Energy Information on Internet from the Netherlands Energy Research Foundation

Energy and Environment Sites from The World Bank

EnviroNET Australia