A riveting look at the climate change solution no one is talking about: hydrogen. The universe’s most abundant element, hydrogen is the answer to sustainable clean energy that can power vehicles, homes, factories and entire cities. Yet the renewable community’s narrative continues to revolve around batteries in spite of its limitations. Director John Michael Parkan explores the potential of a hydrogen fuel cell future, from the early days of the Clinton administration to the money, power and politics that have shielded public knowledge from the promise of civilization reaching the next century and beyond by asking a simple question: Why aren’t we doing this?
Dr. Michio Kaku, Dr. Stephen Chu, Dr. Alan C. Lloyd, Terry Tamminen, Dr. Lawrence Burns, Congressman Robert S. Walker, Senator Byron Dorgan, Mary D. Nichols, Michael Strizki