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Fri May 8, 2015, 03:43 PM

New York: Start-up aims to enable use of hydrogen cars on Ithaca roads

The Ithaca Voice Faith Meckley May 8, 2015

Ithaca, N.Y. — Ithaca may see its first hydrogen fuel station by the end of this year as demand grows across the country for vehicles that run on the alternative energy source.

The Standard Hydrogen Corporation, founded by Ithaca resident Paul Mutolo, is currently working on getting state support to fund a hydrogen station next to the Tompkins Consolidated Area Transit facilities on Willow Street...

...Mutolo said his company plans to obtain its supply of hydrogen from water in a process called electrolysis, which can use freshwater or saltwater and even wastewater. Standard Hydrogen will use renewable energy sources to power the electrolysis process, Mutolo said...

...“Toyota is very bullish on this technology — they really see the future in hydrogen, and not in batteries anymore,” Mutolo said. “We are following their lead.”...SNIP
MORE: http://ithacavoice.com/2015/05/start-up-aims-to-enable-use-of-hydrogen-cars-on-ithaca-roads/


Standard Hydrogen Corporation
http://standardhydrogencorp.com/



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