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Tag Archives: Hydrogen internal combustion

HYDROGEN I.C., PART 3: BMW

BMW WAS another automaker exploring H2 I.C. Back in 2006 I went to Berlin to sample the company’s dual-fuel gasoline/hydrogen 7 Series. This car took advantage of liquid hydrogen, LH2, … Continue reading

October 11, 2012 · Leave a comment

HYDROGEN I.C., PART 2: MAZDA

MY FIRST hydrogen internal-combustion drive came in 1994 when Mazda invited me to Vancouver, B.C., to experience a special Miata. This one had an RX-7 rotary engine fueled by H2. … Continue reading

October 9, 2012 · Leave a comment

HYDROGEN I.C., PART 1: BILLINGS

HYDROGEN IS extremely flammable (“Oh, the humanity!”). However, this is one reason why it’s a much better energy carrier than, say, potatoes, which are not flammable. And while hydrogen fuel … Continue reading

October 7, 2012 · Leave a comment