American Hydrogen Association mission is to create and demonstrate solar hydrogen technologies that will eliminate economic, energy and environmental hardships brought on by burning one million years accumulation of fossil powers each year and educate scientists, business visionaries and experimenters, guardians and instructors, CEO's, legislators, utilities, the media and farmers how to utilize solar hydrogen to create sustainable prosperity without pollution. In 1999 AHA supported the world's first hydrogen go-kart race. The objective of AHA is to stimulate interest and help in establishing the renewable hydrogen energy economy by the year 2010. To accomplish this objective, the American Hydrogen Association is working in cooperation with Associations such as the IAHE, NHA, NASA, environmental groups and industry, community, and schools to advance comprehension of hydrogen technology, and help create a marketplace for pollution-free hydrogen energy. After several years of development and gallons of hard labor the Hysolgenics solar EL-5000 electrolyzer is long last delivering hydrogen.
The AHA has ordered one and it is presently being mounted on a trailer for transport to Phoenix. It will deliver around 1 cubic foot of H2 per minute. The AHA contends that hydrogen is a judgment skills answer to many problems. Hydrogen can be made economically from daylight and water, it securely stores energy and transports it in pipelines, smoldering it just delivers more water and fuel cells can create electricity for your home, production line or a hospital of snow squalls and sea tempests. In 1990 - Publication of the Hydrogen Today newsletter started and in July 1992 The American Hydrogen Association became a 501(c)(3) non-profit enterprise. From 2000 to 2005 American Hydrogen Association did research and educated renewable energy classes to students from everywhere throughout the world at the East Valley Institute of Technology in Mesa, Arizona. Unfortunately, they lost utilization of that excellent facility when the state cut the education budget.Read More»