Das Fräulein an der Tankstelle fragt mich immer, Haben Sie getankt?"
Ich sagte zum Spass "Nein, mein Auto fährt mit Wasser."
und jetzt finde ich das...
was meint ihr könnte dieser Kurs wiederauferstehen durch den durchbruch in der hydroenergy? Einen riesen Sprung hat der Kurs bereits gemacht...
sorry das ich schon wieder n penny stock poste aber die idee mit wasser autos zu betreiben finde ich einfach hammer.
Clean Energy from Water
XYNH is currently involved in using Hydrogen as a platform to develop fuel efficient hydrogen automobiles.
Future of Hydrogen as a viable solution
In an age of increasing fossil fuel prices, uncertainty of energy supplies and concern over the effect of rising carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere, the role of hydrogen fuel as an alternative energy source is being reexamined. Hydrogen is the most common element in the universe. Commercially, hydrogen is mainly produced from fossil fuel and to a lesser extent by electrolysis using energy produced from fossil fuels. Hydrogen burns cleanly, producing little or no harmful emissions or CO2, the basis of XYNH's business structure.
Governments across the world have finally been forced to investigate what they can do to improve the situation. Heavy funding is being thrown into renewable energy sources like solar energy and wind farms but questions still remain.
XYNH is using this alternative "clean" energy to bring forward a global awareness caused by harm full emissions. Hydrogen comes with a strong pedigree of environmentally friendly points.
-It has the highest energy content per unit of weight of any known fuel.
-When burned in an engine, hydrogen produces effectively zero emissions; when powering a fuel cell, its only waste is water.
-Hydrogen can be produced from abundant domestic resources including natural gas, coal, biomass, and even water.
Due to the increasing price of gasoline and the heightened awareness of the dangers of greenhouse gases, there are more hydrogen fueled automobiles being produced now than ever before.
As an alternative fuel, hydrogen is ideal, producing little or no emissions, with a plentiful supply available.
Hydrogen cars are not only the future, they are here, now. When hydrogen cars become the status quo, the world can lessen its dependence upon foreign oil, achieve lower prices at the fuel pumps and cut down on the greenhouse gases that produce global warming. The future of hydrogen cars is not a pipe dream, as there are already many hydrogen cars on the road. California and Japan have many hydrogen cars being used as fleet vehicles now.