YOKOHAMA, Japan (AP) — Toyota Motor Corp. is responding to the main criticism of fuel cell cars, that making the hydrogen for the fuel is not clean, with plans to help make the hydrogen using wind power.
Fuel cells are zero-emission, running on the power created when hydrogen combines with oxygen in the air to make water. But to have a totally clean supply chain, the hydrogen must also be cleanly made. Right now, most hydrogen is produced from fossil fuels.
In a project announced Monday, hydrogen from the wind-power plant Hama Wing in Yokohama, southwest of Tokyo, will be compressed and transported by truck to power fuel-cell forklifts at four sites in the area — a factory, a vegetable-and-fruit market and two warehouses.
Usually news that mentions hydrogen sends the volume up on this stock, not happening lately.
It closed with 12,538,972 traded. I don't know what is going on, other than it has been steadily drifting lower with very high trading days. I have some speculative shares, and I don't like saying this but it appears to be a managed sell off by a very large holder. Every time we get a bit of green it is followed by large volume and finishes the day in the red. But, with today's manipulation of all stocks by electronic trading programs, it is impossible for most investors to know what the stock trading is saying about any company, so I'll hang in there with the belief that the tech works and will find a commercial application. All electronic trading programs that are designed to manipulate share prices should be made visible to the investor, we need to get the crooks out of this...
Not that I'm enamored with Billary, but Trump wrote in his book "The Art of the Deal," its OK to lie. And the other guy Gawd save us if he wins, Cruz wrote the book.
It’s the trope on Trump: He’s authentic, a straight-talker, less scripted than traditional politicians. That’s because Donald Trump doesn’t let facts slow him down. Bending the truth or being unhampered by accuracy is a strategy he has followed for years.
“People may not always think big themselves, but they can still get very excited by those who do. That’s why a little hyperbole never hurts,” Trump wrote in his 1987 best-seller The Art of the Deal. “People want to believe that something is the biggest and the greatest and the most spectacular. I call it truthful hyperbole. It’s an innocent form of exaggeration — and a very effective form of promotion.”\
Wouldn't you know it would be a Democrat Socialist Berni Sanders who has the best record of being consistently honest, it goes with caring.
Since you are the accuser the burden of proof is on you.. Lets see some proof of your claims.
Anybody who gave you thumbs up for that garbage are the bigger fools. You are saying those three countries are destroying their economy for P. Obama's whims. That deserves a BAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHA!
I'm against POTUS not because of the #$%$ you post but, for his real world support of the Trans Pacific Partnership, a deal that gives multi-national corporations power over US sovereignty. We don't need a concoction of goofy conspiracies clouding reality.
"What they did to coal was cruel and took away so many jobs ."More akin to "Video killed the radio king." Change the word video to wind, solar and Ng, and radio to coal. The fall in the cost of those three energy sources signed the death warrant for coal.
" Clean Coal and Coal to diesel are good technologies " Good techs in my book also , but like the electric car, it took forty years before they became practical, and so it will be many years before clean coal and coal to diesel become economical. SASOL probably the most advanced company when it comes to coal to liquid and Ng to liquid, put a halt to some of their projects because of the steep decline in Ng and oil prices.
The decline in demand for oil is mainly do to slow growth around the world. I know people say they are producing more oil. True but the economy created after the gw BuSh't R. caused Wall Street massacre, doesn't support an expanding world wide economy, one that would be using more oil like in
past recoveries, indeed oil demand in the US is still a million to a million and a half less than it was before the R. crash. The world's population is expanding, third world countries have the potential for a lot of growth, but austerity and dribble down economics does not put money into the consumers pockets, and of course the consumer is the driver of demand.
"Think about this... Encana's pad site is 4.6 acres in size above surface. However, using its multi-well pad drilling technology, it was able to access a full square mile of underground resource.
That's 640 acres underground from a 4.6-acre above-ground pad site."
Four to eighteen wells can be drilled from a single site, while using less man hours.
I won't stick up for Obama because of the TPP, but just to keep the record straight, he inherited the worst financial mess arguably worst than the great depression, and his agenda was blocked by more than 400 R. filibusters the most ever.
In laymen words, the banks are doing great, the consumer are taped out they need a raise, and the world growth sucks. Where have you heard that before? Oh and that isn't good for commodities if I have to spell it out.
You can't use the past as a guide unless it mirrors today's economical situation, and the period he is looking at doesn't. What needs to happen is for the world's economy to recover and so far it still looks pretty anemic. Again when austerity ends, oil prices will recover.