Wednesday, June 6, 2007

Trouble in Hydrogen Heaven

The World, a PRI/BBC radio collaboration, has a report on the problems bringing Iceland's hydrogen dream to fruition. Still only one filling station, now without any customers. The hydrogen busses have been retired to a museum. With abundant renewable electricity, if it can't happen there, it can't happen anywhere. Jori Lewis reports from Reykyavik. Have a listen.


Charles Whalen said...

And here's another one:

BP's only UK hydrogen station is demolished.

Anonymous said...

Take a look at this article out of Long Island:,0,213651.story