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The HOW of a Hydrogen Organized Washington — Business version
(Avista Technical Seminar Series, 9/11/2015)
This presentation makes a business case for making, storing, and using hydrogen as an alternative to fossil fuels. It presents research on storage and use of liquid hydrogen at Washington State University.
A Hydrogen Economy for Jefferson County
(Jefferson County Washington Clean Energy Luncheon, 4/21/2015)
This presentation, given at the Jefferson County Washington Clean Energy Luncheon, describes how hydrogen could play a role in the energy economy of Washington state. The presentation covers the creation, storage, and use ...
Improved Hydrogen Liquefaction via the Heisenberg Vortex
(WSU ESIC Board Meeting, 9/25/2015)
This presentation describes a three-year study to identify efficient processes for creating and using liquid hydrogen.
On the threshold of a hydrogen economy: The HOW of a Hydrogen Organized World
This presentation, given at Google, explains how liquid hydrogen could play a key role in a cleaner energy economy.
Addressing Plug Power LH2 needs for expanding markets
(Plug Power Executive Leadership, 2/17/2015)
This presentation describes the potential role of liquid hydrogen in the energy economy. It considers how liquid hydrogen can work with renewable energies and describes hydrogen research at Washington State University.
On the threshold of a hydrogen economy in Washington State
(Washington Technology Alliance Science and Discovery Series, 1/9/2015)
This presentation proposes a role for liquid hydrogen in the energy economy of Washington state. It describes possibilities for using, storing, and delivering liquid hydrogen, drawing on research at Washington State University.
Drop-in Hydrogen Refueling Station
(DOE Fuel Cell Technologies Office Webinar, 11/6/2014)
This presentation describes Washington State University's winning bid in the Hydrogen Student Design Contest, 2014. Students designed a low-cost, low-maintenance hydrogen fueling station module suitable for mass production.
HYdrogen Properties for Energy Research (HYPER)
(WSU VCEA Executive Leadership Board, 11/8/2014)
This presentation outlines projects at the HYdrogen Properties for Energy Research (HYPER) lab at Washington State University, including designs for unmanned aerial vehicles fueled by liquid nitrogen and proposals for a ...
The HOW of a Hydrogen Organized Washington — Technical version
(MME Symposium Series, 9/17/2015)
This presentation provides the technical details for how hydrogen could be created, stored, and used as part of the energy economy in Washington state and beyond.