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Strategic planning expert suggests hydrogen production for Montana/Dakota region

August 31, 2009View for printing

“We have this resource sitting in our backyard being ignored waiting for populations to grow. We could put a small fraction of it to work making hydrogen,” he said. The possibility of producing hydrogen for energy could bring in as much as $24 million in the annual retail value.

There’s an abundant resource in the MonDak region just waiting to be harvested. And it could bring national attention.

The idea is to eventually become a leader in developing hydrogen production as a main renewable energy source. Hal Campbell, a former Los Angeles strategic planner, Sidney, presented the concept during the MonDak Energy Alliance meeting Aug. 20. He said that with Americans consuming 20 million barrels of oil every day and the world consuming 87 million barrels a day, there has to be another market to lower emissions and improve fuel economy.

By Louisa Barber

Sidney Herald

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