European Hydrogen Highway to be extended along Brenner Motorway or A22 (or Brenner Pass E45, European designation). It's a 400-mile stretch of panoramic scenery from Munich, Germany to Modena Italy featuring different renewable energy source to electrolyze water for hydrogen production, every 60 miles. According to preliminary plans:
European Hydrogen Fueling Station Highway
The Brenner is the lowest pass in western Austria with only 1,374m/4,508ft high. The motorway starts from the Inn Valley south of Innsbruck up the Wipptal via the Adriatic/Black Sea watershed to the Alto Adige valley.
The hydrogen fueling stations will produce their own fuel on-site. With the car builders' announcement on their fuel cell cars being commercially ready by 2015, the said hydrogen hi-way is an addition to the list of green stations to travel on.
The project addressed two obvious issues, CO2 emissions and having to haul fossil fuel into the Alps. This was presented on June 23 at the European Parliament.
With this fast influx of hydrogen support infrastructure, and in solving CO2 emission, I am hoping that it does not neglect the existing more or less a billion cars running around with fossil fuel. My point is that, it should allow hydrogen car conversion technologies to join into the scheme.
East Coast California Hydrogen Fueling Station
"If you can't afford the GM hydrogen car, install standardized fuel cell, for the constant travelers along hydrogen highways."
At the end of the day, Making-Hydrogen.com is about how to create hydrogen from solar power to bacteria! What is the coolest way you have discovered in making hydrogen?