…The Hydrogen Hustle…
Hydrogen is suddenly center stage in the climate debate, and is capturing a disproportionate number of media headlines.
Hydrogen is being offered as the solution for eliminating CO2 emissions. For example, hydrogen is critical for eliminating CO2 emissions from the production of steel, and for reducing CO2 emissions from the making of cement.
The making of steel and cement account for 14% of worldwide CO2 emissions.
Hydrogen is also seen as a way to eliminate the use of natural gas.
Hydrogen is being promoted as the road to net zero CO2 emissions.
Hydrogen has become the new hot topic for conferences.
Corporations and local governments will need to learn how to manage this new prerequisite for eliminating CO2 emissions. There will be numerous organizations who will try to capitalize on this need.
Some conferences, such as H2Power, sponsored by SEPA and EPRI, will be free. Some, others, such as Hydrogen 2021, sponsored by Reuters and several companies, will charge a fee, perhaps $1,000 or more per person to attend.
Note that I will not attend any of these conferences. I do not want any organization to be able to accuse me of stealing their information.
Instead, I have spent the past several weeks putting together a reasonably complete, fact based, critique of hydrogen.
Hopefully, it will provide 99% of the information anyone will need, including corporations and local governments, to understand hydrogen. It will address the following: What is hydrogen; how is it produced; how it’s used; how it’s transported; and, how it’s stored. Plus anything else that seems important.
Information on hydrogen should be free and readily available to everyone in America.
Americans are being forced, directly and indirectly, to comply with rules for cutting greenhouse gas emissions. Americans are paying, through taxes or higher prices, for the actions taken by governments and corporations to eliminate CO2 emissions.
For example, eliminating CO2 emissions from generating electricity by 2050 will cost $7.5 trillion dollars, every twenty years or so. See special report, Green Nightmare for Americans.
Some information about hydrogen is already available.
Appendix C, of The Looming Energy Crisis, provides a five-page introduction to hydrogen.
The primary purpose of The Looming Energy Crisis is to explain how the electric grid is being rigged in ways that increases the risk of blackouts, but it includes information on hydrogen because of its pending impact on the grid. The Looming Energy Crisis is one of two fact based sources on how the grid is being manipulated. The other is Meredith Angwin’s book, Shorting the Grid.
The hydrogen blitz will affect everyone, and it’s important for Americans to have the information they need to see how they are being hustled.
Spread the word that free information will be available soon. Please forward this article to all your friends so they can be ready to download the forthcoming special report.
Watch for the free report:
Hydrogen and Climate Change
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