Eclectic Curiosity

Posted on March 3rd, 2003, by Steve Hardy in Archives, Uncategorized. No Comments

CBC’s Venture had a great piece last night about the hydrogen fuel cell and its increasing momentum as a major energy supply. Powering the Future examines Iceland, an isolated island heavily influenced by the cost of oil; a small society with a bounty of natural energy literally bubbling up from the ground; a population with the most automobiles per capita in the world; and a marketer’s perfect self-contained test market for a new technology. The government of Iceland is determined to replace fossil fuels with the cleaner, cheaper hydrogen and has even convinced major energy, research and car companies to join them (or was it the other way around? Tough to say.)

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