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Hydrogen News News

August 31, 2009

Strategic planning expert suggests hydrogen production for Montana/Dakota region:

July 16, 2009

Hydrogen power plant in works:

May 30, 2009

Fusion tests set at new Livermore facility - Goal is limitless supply of clean electrical energy with no carbon waste.:

April 6, 2009

University of Montana scientists, entrepreneurs take it to the next level at National Hydrogen Conference:

March 30, 2009

California to get 46 retail hydrogen stations by 2014:

March 26, 2009

Newberg, Oregon man dreams, then creates hydrogen power:

October 17, 2008

"Hydrogen Safety for First Responders" training sessions available at Alternative Energy Technologies (AET) in Missoula, Montana or at your site. :

September 18, 2008

Idaho National Laboratory researchers meet major hydrogen milestone:

September 13, 2008

Plane crash victim, Christopher John Schafer remembered in Missoula - Hydrogen Refueling Station at the Hellgate Wind Turbine site dedicated in his honor.:

September 10, 2008

The Future Of Hydrogen, 9/17, Missoula:

November 29, 2007

Creativity buoys outlook for hydrogen economy:

August 28, 2007

The Hydrogen Economy and South Carolina’s Role --Is hydrogen the panacea that will solve our energy and pollution problems for future transportation needs?--:

November 6, 2006

Electricity from Sugar Water:

September 25, 2006

GM developing home hydrogen refueling device:

September 11, 2006

South Carolina Pushes Hydrogen Economy:

July 18, 2006

Ford to sell buses that will run on hydrogen:

July 18, 2006

New hydrogen plant near Boise delivers first shipment today:

June 14, 2006

Wyoming company wants to convert CBM water to hydrogen:

June 11, 2006

Mountain Home, Idaho wind-power plant will be first in nation to make hydrogen :

May 20, 2006

Iowa company hopes to make gasoline obsolete by building hydrogen auto engines. Hydrogen Engine Center Inc. :

May 11, 2006

Hydrogen from Biomass:

May 11, 2006

$10M prize for hydrogen fuel technology:

May 2, 2006

$250 million hydrogen plant proposed for Judith Gap, Montana:

April 24, 2006

University of North Dakota starts on next-generation hydrogen fuel research center:

March 26, 2006

Methanol: The New Hydrogen:

March 14, 2006

BMW plans production of hydrogen-powered car. BMW's H2R is the world's fastest hydrogen-powered car at 185mph.:

February 24, 2006

Mutant Algae Is Hydrogen Factory:

February 17, 2006

Nanotubes Hold Hydrogen Future:

December 14, 2005

The Hydrogen Gold Rush Is On :

November 15, 2005

Truckers Choose Hydrogen Power:

November 11, 2005

Scientists Offer Hydrogen Fix :

November 3, 2005

Massachusetts Hydrogen Coalition ( Reports Local Companies Receiving More than $50 Million in Venture Capital As Clean Energy Initiatives Gain Momentum:

November 3, 2005

California Family Taking the Hydrogen Future for a Drive. "They're the first in the world.":

October 18, 2005

Wind energy gets even greener - A pilot program uses wind to create hydrogen fuel, creating a "battery" to store currently unused power.:

October 4, 2005

University of Montana's College of Technology launches Web site to explain hydrogen:

September 23, 2005

University of Denmark Scientists Develop Hydrogen Tablet:

September 1, 2005

New Catalyst Produces Hydrogen from Water:

August 26, 2005

Driving Green, Explosion-Free :

July 12, 2005

Start-up coins new way to harvest hydrogen:

May 24, 2005

Jump-starting hydrogen car dream:

May 3, 2005

Fuel Cell Converts Biomass into Hydrogen:

April 13, 2005

States get into the driver's seat of fuel-cell development:

April 7, 2005

States start building hydrogen highway:

April 3, 2005

Insanely Great Idea: Hire Steve Jobs as the Nation's Hydrogen Czar!:

March 8, 2005

Recipe for hydrogen fuel not far away:

March 3, 2005

INL creates presence in Boise - Hydrogen development is key:

January 28, 2005

Research: Hydrogen fuels Yellowstone microbes in hot springs:

January 9, 2005

Automakers Put Hydrogen Power On the Fast Track:

December 7, 2004

Sunlight to Fuel Hydrogen Future:

November 30, 2004

Salt Lake. firm bridles hydrogen - Ceramatec Inc. - INEEL charts a path to cheaper hydrogen fuel:

November 28, 2004

Hydrogen Production Method Could Bolster Fuel Supplies:

November 24, 2004

Hydrogen leaves the lab - ChevronTexaco building stations for fueling cars:

November 10, 2004

Priming the Public For Hydrogen Fuel - Benning Road Station Is First of Its Kind in U.S.:

October 28, 2004

The power of clean - INEEL develops clean hydrogen power from dirty diesel:

September 2, 2004

Hydrogen Fuel Closer to Fruition:

August 31, 2004

University of Wisconsin engineers clear bottleneck in hydrogen production - Discovery could lead to new strategies for operating fuel cells:

August 27, 2004

UPS to use three delivery trucks powered by hydrogen fuel cells:

July 11, 2004

INEEL Lab in Idaho could lead in hydrogen power:

June 11, 2004

Hydrogen Futures UPDATE - Montana's H2 Economy - June 2004:

May 7, 2004

Can Gasoline Jump-Start Hydrogen?:

April 28, 2004

Development of hydrogen vehicles gets first cash infusion:

April 21, 2004

Solar-Hydrogen Eco-house - The first fully self-sustainable house in the world runs entirely on hydrogen.:

April 1, 2004

States Pouring Money into Fuel Cell Research :

February 26, 2004

California official supports 'hydrogen highway' by 2010:

February 18, 2004

One step closer to hydrogen economy?:

February 13, 2004

Small prototype reactor may make hydrogen a cheap fuel:

February 6, 2004

Report Questions Bush Plan for Hydrogen-Fueled Cars:

January 21, 2004

California Governor Pushes for 'Hydrogen Highways':

January 17, 2004

Argonne scientists home in on hydrogen collection technique:

December 24, 2003

Wind’s a-comin’:

December 20, 2003

Towering turbine project to put Hellgate winds to work for UM in Missoula:

December 11, 2003

November Issue of Hydrogen Update Newsletter - The University of Montana-Missoula College of Technology :

December 6, 2003

Group moved by hydrogen's power:

December 1, 2003

Drop-outs Patent Hydrogen Production Method:

November 18, 2003

The University of Montana-Missoula College of Technology- Hydrogen Futures Update- Montana's H2 Economy- November 2003:

November 18, 2003

Industries Seek Fuel-Cell Funding:

November 12, 2003

Will Hydrogen Clear the Air? Maybe Not, Say Some:

October 31, 2003

SIRTI to gather info under Army contract -- could become one of the nation’s chief repositories of information about processing fuels for use in fuel cells.:

October 17, 2003

Future Is Now for Green Cars :

October 15, 2003

From Obsolete to Cutting Edge - Potential Coal Power Plant of the Future:

October 11, 2003

Honda unveils improved fuel cell - it can operate at freezing temperatures.:

October 6, 2003

GM: Fuel-Cell Cars Trump Hybrids :

September 12, 2003

Is Hydrogen the Gasoline of the Future?:

September 9, 2003

A fuel for innovation - Hydrogen, touted as energy solution, builds awareness in Denver:

July 28, 2003

Group: Hydrogen Fuel Cells May Hurt Ozone:

July 21, 2003

Fuel Efficiency Trumps Fuel Cells :

July 15, 2003

Some Straight Talk About Hydrogen... Finally!:

July 11, 2003

A Pollution-Free Hydrogen Economy? Not Likely:

July 4, 2003

Montana Moves Forward with Hydrogen Future- The Office of Hydrogen Development will be located in MonTEC:

July 1, 2003

Harvesting Hydrogen Fuel from Plants Gets Cheaper:

June 27, 2003

Researchers find new metal combination for cheaper production of hydrogen as fuel:

June 23, 2003

Hydrogen Is No Gas, Yet :

June 18, 2003

Fuel cells delivered to Zoot Technologies:

June 17, 2003

Europe and U.S. Will Share Research on Hydrogen Fuel:

June 13, 2003

Hydrogen's Future Up in the Air :

June 9, 2003

Mary Tolan's Modest Proposal -just learn to stop worrying about Oil and love hydrogen.:

June 3, 2003

Montana Tech donates wind tower to UM COT for Hydrogen Project R&D. Assistance needed on 6/11:

May 20, 2003

Material Eases Hydrogen Storage:

May 14, 2003

Speeding Up Interest in Fuel Cell Technology:

May 4, 2003

Iceland Opens Hydrogen-Filling Station:

May 3, 2003

Miles City interested in hydrogen plant:

May 3, 2003

Avista Labs, Spokane, WA, gets deal for its fuel cells:

April 30, 2003

Energy project promoted in Eastern Montana:

April 27, 2003

Fueling interest FAA, Verizon among potential customers who like what they see in Avista's fuel cells:

April 9, 2003

GM, BMW join to develop hydrogen refueling technology- Goal is affordable vehicles by 2010:

March 20, 2003

Hydrogen State-The Montana Opportunity- Forum on April 2 in Missoula:

March 16, 2003

For Far Smaller Fuel Cells, a Far Shorter Wait:

March 12, 2003

How Hydrogen Can Save America:

March 8, 2003

Military to get a look at Spokane area firm's fuel cell work-Genesis showing processors in D.C.:

March 5, 2003

GM, Shell push for acceptance of hydrogen-powered autos:

March 5, 2003

Cool Idea- College of Technology Explores Hydrogen Potential:

February 23, 2003

The Push for Hydrogen Power- `Still quite a bit of work to do':

February 17, 2003

Montana Hydrogen Futures Supporters: Your voice is needed:

February 17, 2003

Hydrogen power-These fuelish things-The fuel cell is enchanting politicians on both sides of the Atlantic. It is too soon, though, for them to dream of freedom from fossil fuels:

February 11, 2003

Start-up redesigns fuel cells-A silicon-based approach to fuel cells could let laptops run for six hours:

February 8, 2003

Fuel cells get high-powered boost-Bush's pitch a huge help for Avista Labs:

February 5, 2003

The Hydrogen Economy-After Oil, Clean Energy From a Fuel-Cell-Driven Global Hydrogen Web:

February 4, 2003

Sputtering Start to Clean Cars- Sen. Byron Dorgan leading the way:

February 4, 2003

Montana Legislature asked to fund hydrogen study:

February 4, 2003

Researchers hope to put Montana at forefront of hydrogen power:

February 4, 2003

A Green Car That the Energy Industry Loves:

February 4, 2003

Future Fuel Folly?-Is the Bush 'Future Fuel' proposal putting the hydrogen cart before the horse?:

January 30, 2003

Oil industry to get hydrogen funding Industry is sole major maker of the fuel :

January 30, 2003

Hydrogen-Powered Vehicles at Least a Decade Away:

January 30, 2003

Idaho fuel cell work may get more cash- Bush speech backs funding for research:

January 29, 2003

Hydrogen Powers Bush State of the Union Address:

January 15, 2003

The Future of the Hydrogen Economy - Part 3:

January 8, 2003

The Hydrogen Economy-After Oil, Clean Energy From a Fuel-Cell-Driven Global Hydrogen Web:

January 7, 2003

The Future of the Hydrogen Economy - Part 2:

January 1, 2003

The Future of the Hydrogen Economy: Bright or Bleak?:

December 24, 2002

Idaho Fuel cell powers California EPA Christmas tree:

December 18, 2002

Hydrogen Futures Update- Montana's H2 Economy - December, 2002:

December 15, 2002

A First Step to Cutting Reliance on Oil- Develop the Hydrogen Fuel Cell Industry ASAP:

December 8, 2002

Hydrogen on the horizon in Montana? :

December 6, 2002

Presentation in Boise by Genesis Project (hydrogen fuel cell development) has few details:

December 4, 2002

Los Angeles Leases Hydrogen-Fuel-Cell Car from Honda:

November 19, 2002

Toyota to Lease Hydrogen Cars to California U's:

November 12, 2002

Feds plan for national hydrogen car-fuel network:

November 5, 2002

Avista Labs, Airgas team up on fuel cell project:

October 18, 2002

Europe Pushes for Renewable Energy:

October 15, 2002

Life after gasoline: Harnessing hydrogen to power cars, and more:

September 4, 2002

Fuel cells leading way to clean cars:

August 31, 2002

Hydrogen Powered BMW Turns Heads at World Summit :

August 31, 2002

Sweet step to hydrogen revolution:

August 23, 2002

Demo home, lab finding may boost fuel cells :

July 30, 2002

Scramjet Engine Makes First Test Flight over Australian Outback- Airtravel at Mach 8:

June 4, 2002

Feds fund fuel-cell work at MSU :

May 20, 2002

Whoosh! Iceland's Got a Hot Idea:

April 21, 2002

Reengineering Algae To Fuel The Hydrogen Economy.:

April 20, 2002

Michigan Governor Unveils NextEnergy Blueprint :

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