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OHIO researcher’s inexpensive hydrogen fuel idea becomes reality

Five years ago a scientist wrote a thermodynamic calculation on a piece paper and wondered about the possibilities. On August 2nd, 2007 she watched as officials signed a licensing agreement that will make that idea a reality.

Gerardine Botte is an Associate Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering in the Russ College of Engineering and Technology. Her theory about an economical way to create hydrogen power has been successfully tested in the lab, and now American Hydrogen Power Corp. will take her research to the market place. read more

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Gerardine Botte, Ph.D. explains the challenges of using hydrogen power and how her ammonia catalytic electrolyzer technology solves those problems.
(3 min. 11 sec.)

A few more comments from Frank Neukomm, Chairman and CEO of American Security Resources (the parent company of American Hydrogen Power Corp.)
(3 min. 1 sec.)

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