Carlsbad, CA, February 23, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- This month, Energy Digital's former editor, John Shimkus, contributes an article on the world's first regulation approved Hydrogen House. Despite a failed economy and even a hurricane, the new technology pulls through, proving that hydrogen is the future of energy.
In the past, generating hydrogen gas was too expensive, and amidst an ailing economy, even the Obama administration put a hold on hydrogen research and development. But with solar power finally reaching price-parity with coal, solar-hydrogen (using solar power to make and store hydrogen) is now an economical reality.
In 2006, Mike Strizki gained international acclaim by developing the world’s first regulation approved home powered by renewable hydrogen energy. He has since been working to bring this technology to the masses.
The Hydrogen House Project is now actively seeking partners to upgrade the Hydrogen House’s damaged low-pressure hydrogen system to a high-pressure storage system integrating more modern fuel cell and electrolyzer technology.
Check out how hydrogen is about to make a major comeback in energy.http://www.energydigital.com/green_technology/the-hydrogen-house-weathers-the-storm
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