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George Wand

George Wand
Our guest writer George Wand retired from the automotive industry. During his career, he worked in R&D on advanced EV mobility concepts, and working with a museum drives his interest in history. These Hydrogen and Fuel Cell History items are but a small part of more than 750 articles he published in print and digital form. He compiled some of those in a series of eBooks from Amazon-Kindle. Racing to Preserve Precious Petroleum, Part 1 and Part 2 were released in 2016, Part 3 is ready to go by mid-2017. (Download ‘Kindle-for-PC’ or ‘Kindle-for-Mac’ and read on any computer.) Wikipedia, HowStuffWorks.com and EVWorld have referenced Wand’s thoroughly researched, plainly written articles. True to his slogan “On the inventive past the ingenious future will thrive”, Wand is passionate about sustainable mobility in a future without pollution. He has driven a variety of FCVs at Hydrogenics in his Toronto ’backyard’. An article about that will arrive here soon.

Hydrogen and Fuel Cell History in videos

Now we are talking about Hydrogen and Fuel Cell FUTURE: “China targets 1 million hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles by 2030”   — Nasdaq HydrogenCarsNow.com and this writer have been optimistic about the FCEV’s future for a long time, but if Wall Street believes in their success, there is no …

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Personally Experiencing Hydrogen and Fuel Cell History

 “I don’t believe that a hydrogen economy depends on a carbon economy at all.” Larry Burns My interpretation of Larry Burns’ quote is that he anticipates power from free green energy will soon deliver the means for producing hydrogen for the new H2 economy. (At present, most H2 is produced …

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Ford believes in Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Future

  “I believe fuel cells could end the 100-year reign of the internal combustion engine.”          — William Clay Ford, Jr. Henry Ford’s great-grandson may well be right. As executive chairperson of the Ford Motor Company, he has to way his words. Every major automaker is now developing the “oh-so-simple” (NOT) …

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Buses Have Two Centuries of History & Industrial Experience – before Hydrogen & Fuel Cell History

“The reality about transportation is that it’s future-oriented. If we’re planning for what we have, we’re behind the curve.”                 Anthony Foxx, former United States Secretary of Transportation Transportation has been on peoples mind for centuries. I learned that “Blaise Pascal launched a public bus service in Paris, which he called “carriages,” …

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