Groundbreaking Developments for Hydrogen; Ocean Renewables in Congress

One of the biggest barriers in front of the hydrogen industry is that of building a complicated infrastructure for producing, shipping, storing and consuming hydrogen for fuel. But what if we could bypass all that and create a distributed system in which consumers produce their own fuel without worrying about filling and changing large tanks filled with hydrogen?

Purdue University Professor Jerry Woodall believes we can do just that. We’ll talk with Jerry about his potentially groundbreaking way of producing hydrogen from aluminum-gallium alloy pellets and water.

Also in the podcast: Contributor Denis Du Bois talks with a Seattle-based company about their attempts to commercialize a process similar to Jerry Woodall’s.

And, Sean O’Neill, Co-Founder and President of the Ocean Renewable Energy Coalition tells us about recent positive developments for the ocean renewable energy industry on Capitol Hill.

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