Fuel cell cars from Toyota and Honda are now available to drivers in California and coming soon to the northeastern U.S. as well once more refueling stations are built there.
There seems to be a lot of controversy over whether hydrogen can really be generated and stored in such a way to be practical?
Are hydrogen, ethanol or electricity on track to replace fossil fuels? Major challenges remain.
In Scottsdale, Arizona, Bryan Beaulieu, an engineer and inventor with 20 patents in structural systems, recently built a $2 million solar-and-hydrogen-powered "dream" house. Though not Scottsdale’s most expensive residence, the 6,000-square-foot luxury home is—by far—the most environmentally sustainable.