Haha. Read the release... says UPS delivery vans.... another contract for Fed Ex for plug power... sounds like only you are trying to confuse others
could be very HUGE!! Sounds even better now. I was thinking they could also apply the technology to US Postal vehicles if successful :)
UPS deal could be really big down the road.. moving in the right direction
google DOE hydrogen
Short-cut to produce hydrogen seen as step to cleaner fuel
both interesting reads
Article starts by stating:
Projectile hydrogen molecules are central to a new green method for precisely breaking one of the most abundant and industrially important bonds you can find. The only reason I see this bond as industrially important is the industry need for H2. Which we know is used extensively in Industry.
C–H bonds are very stable and as such their cleavage normally requires either a temperature above 300°C .... which I've read is the temp used in creating H2 from nat gas.
The difference being:
413 kJ/mol of bond dissociation energy can now simply done by giving 10 ev(1.602*10^-18 J) of energy to H2
Main question is how much H2 is used.. article states only a small amount is used up
they have the patents, technology and experience successfully delivering numerous large h2 projects. the need is just starting to build momentum and they are very well positioned to reap the benefits of being in the right place at the right time.
Not really valid.. listen to the webcast.. ceo said:
In this business -- and let me tell you. This business is all about making it profitable. And when I take a step back, it's actually rather simple. Many who tour our facility today, and you'll see Plug Power can manufacture over 10,000 units a year -- I mean, 3,000 units to be profitable. And I have a workforce that can support $100 million business without any addition.
This is a major reason we are going higher
Qtww which makes nat gas/h2 tanks fired a bullet into the carbon tank filled with hydrogen and nothing happened.. Test was for U.S. military. U.S. military recently picked gm to start h2 program for them.. If they can take the force of being blasted into space fc's can easily handle fork lifts.
Interesting.. biggest argument from the anti-H2 camp is how much energy it takes to create H2.. well looks like new greener methods are coming our way. this one was found in Canada... by coincidence. I don't believe there's anyway of stopping H2.. imagine what this stock does as we get closer to the Hyundai launch