Congressmen Propose Hydrogen Liberty Act

$1.3 billion measure would authorize demonstration projects to create hydrogen gas from nuclear, wind and solar energy.

Published: 13-Apr-2005

Washington D.C. [] Competing visions of a future hydrogen economy are increasingly addressing how the hydrogen is derived. A new US $3.9 billion program proposed by two U.S. Congressman would authorize the current Administration to embark on a plan to produce hydrogen from three energy feedstocks: solar, wind power, and the sure-to-be controversial, nuclear option.

"When we can use our nation's own resources to create clean, dependable energy like hydrogen, our nation's power prices will become less susceptible to price swings brought on by foreign governments."

"With the price of gas over two dollars a gallon, coupled with diminishing domestic oil production, there is a strong need for the U.S. to wean off of its traditional, carbon fueled economy," Wynn said. "Helping develop a hydrogen economy, fueled by renewable energy sources, will reduce oil consumption and increase energy security."


LA couple lease Honda FCX fuel cell car in a grandiose experiment to demonstrate feasibility of the technology, except the local fire department won't let them use the hydrogen home refueling station Honda installed.

The eP-Ice Bear ice resurfacer is ideal for indoor use due to its zero-emissions powertrain that produces only water as a byproduct.

Controlled Hydrogen Fleet and Infrastructure Demonstration and Validation Project will include two other field test sites in California.


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