Hydrogen is the most common gas found in the universe. By weight, hydrogen has highest energy content of any standard fuel. Though hydrogen-powered vehicles are already on some roads, researchers continue to look for more cost-effective ways to make the fuel. Learn more about the energy potential of hydrogen on the Web sites below.
Insights for Hydrogen
- Children learning about hydrogen will benefit from the Energy Information Administration’s EIA Energy Kids site, which hosts a straightforward article about the basics of hydrogen, accompanied by useful illustrations, diagrams and photographs.
Top Sites for Hydrogen
National Hydrogen Association answers several frequently asked questions about hydrogen, including why it is used as a fuel, how it is produced, the cost of hydrogen and more.
U.S. Department of Energy Hydrogen Program features information about hydrogen storage, hydrogen delivery and fuel cell manufacturing. News about hydrogen is also provided.
The Hydrogen Energy Center reviews the facts and myths about hydrogen, as well as the benefits. Read the Hydrogen Horizons newsletter for current events related to hydrogen energy development.
The U.S. Fuel Cell Council (USFCC) explains how fuel cells work, describes applications for fuel cell technology and presents legislative and regulatory issues related to the use of fuel cells.