Friday, October 19, 2007

Ottowa's first permanent hydrogen fuelling station now open

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Hey, are there Project Driveway participants in Ottowa? There could be, now that Gary Lunn, Canada's minister of natural resources, helped open the city's first permanent hydrogen fueling station. According to Fuel Cell Today, this is part of the Hydrogen on the Hill project, which "aims to improve public awareness of the capability of hydrogen energy technologies and the role Canadian firms are playing in working towards the creation of a hydrogen economy."

All told, there are ten permanent hydrogen fueling stations in Canada, five of those in Ontario. Ten down, I wonder how many more thousand to go.

[Source: Fuel Cell Today]


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