These pages are designed to help you better understand hydrogen so you can make more informed choices about your energy options. All resources are free and publicly accessible.
Hydrogen is a clean, flexible carrier of energy that works with all of the primary alternative energies being explored — solar, wind, nuclear, coal, natural gas and biofuels. Hydrogen’s versatility makes it an ideal fuel that can be made anywhere and used in a broad spectrum of applications — power for buildings, vehicles, and even portable electronics.
Many thanks to the Hydrogen Education Foundation, the California Fuel Cell Partnership, the DOE Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Hydrogenics, and the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Associationfor their materials.