Welcome to the Site
Hello! You have just entered a site full of knowledge and valuable information on the subject of hydrogen fuel cells. Here, you will be able to engage in learning the ins and outs of how hydrogen fuel cells work, hydrogen combustion as an alternative to fuel cells, and what is in store for the future of this type of alternative energy in transportation and personal use.
This site is targeted to inform people that have at least an 8th to 9th grade reading level or due to some of the terms used in the site. If you are really interested in the subject or are just looking for some tidbits of information, I think that you will be ready to dive right into this website. If you are unsure of where you are or have just developed amnesia, we have a guide for you that will hopefully point you in the right direction. This guide will tell you how the site is setup, where you should start reading, and some news on the site and updates for along the way.
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Where should I begin?
Well, you probably are wondering where you should begin diving into the world of Hydrogen Fuel Cells. Many people will only need certain part of this site to find what they are looking for. If you are looking for the History of Hydrogen including what is happening today and what will be tomorrow, you should look at the Introduction, Hydrogen Technology Today, and The Future of Hydrogen. If you are not looking to be informed on the history of hydrogen fuel cells but are looking for a more scientific approach, you should start at How It Works to participate in activities and find visuals to help explain how the hydrogen fuel cells are implemented into automobiles. If you are looking to find out information on pros and cons maybe for a debate or for a better understanding of other alternatives and points of view, you should jump to the Pros and Cons section and it is also recommended that you read How It Works.
This website map will help you find out where information is located in the website. It is simple enough to show you different sections of the website with explanations as to what each page is about. This method is probably simpler than using a search engine since the website is not very extensive in length: