It is time to break free of this circular argument: It can’t be done because the technology is impractical and it is impractical because no one is using the technology.
We need energy solutions which make sense and are not based on talking points which benefit the entrenched energy conglomerate’s business plan.
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EAST AMWELL, N.J. – Mike Strizki lives in the nation’s first solar-hydrogen house. The technology this civil engineer has been able to string together – solar panels, a hydrogen fuel cell, storage tanks, and a piece of equipment called an electrolyzer – provides electricity to his home year-round, even on the cloudiest of winter days.