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The Democrat and the Republican parties should be banned and the so called "Leaders" of these criminal gangs put on trial for treason and jailed.

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Forbes: World's Largest Solar Power Plant Switched On (Sadly, not in the US)

The Noor Abu Dhabi project

Forbes 29 JUN 2019

This is a headline you may well read more than once in the coming years.

As of today, the Noor Abu Dhabi project with a total capacity of 1,177MW is the largest operational single site solar project in the world. It’s important to make the distinction between this and a ‘solar park’. These are essentially areas of land ear-marked for solar and often with ready-to-go grid connections, where multiple projects will be built under the same banner, but developed and financed individually.

The Noor Abu Dhabi project, which is not state-financed is the work of a consortium that includes Abu Dhabi Power Corporation, Japan’s Marubeni Corp and Chinese solar manufacturer Jinko Solar.

The $870 million project was the result of a competitive tender process that will see electricity from the site sold to the Emirates Water and Electricity Company (EWEC) for around 2.4 cents per kWh, a record at the time of the auction and a record for any completed solar project. It was built by the Indian firm Sterling & Wilson with nearly 3000 people working on site during the peak of activity.

"Noor Abu Dhabi will generate renewable energy and will enable us to improve the use of our natural resources,” said Othman Jumaa Al Ali, CEO, EWEC. “The fact that a project of such scale has been successfully completed on time and on budget highlights our commitment to ensuring sustainable energy for the future and it is a true testament of the Emirate’s delivery capabilities to execute world-class energy projects.... more:

Good thing China mass produced solar panels, eh? The US could have owned THIS industry but Saudi Arabian Oil was much more important.

Hey Hydrogen Scholars: Let's do some MATHS!!!

If solar energy costs 2.4 Cents per kWh, how much does a Kilogram of Hydrogen cost?

Hint: ~50 kWh = 1 Kg H2


328 MW-DC Mount Signal Solar Farm in Calexico, California

PV Magazine, 28 JUN 2019

Los Angeles seeks record setting solar power price under 2¢/kWh

The city’s municipal utility is readying a 25-year power purchase agreement for 400 MWac of solar power at 1.997¢/kWh along with 200 MW / 800 MWh of energy storage at 1.3¢/kWh.

he Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) Board of Commissioners was presented with the Eland Solar & Storage Center in Kern County, California, from an LADWP internal team on June 18, 2019.

The team told the commissioners that on July 23, they plan to seek approval of a 25-year power purchase agreement (PPA) priced at 1.997¢/kWh for 400 MWac / 530 MWdc of solar electricity delivered at time of generation plus 1.3¢/kWh for the excess electricity later delivered from a co-located 100 MW / 200 MWh (and maybe double’d in the second phase) energy storage system.

Per an email from 8minute, the project will be built in two 200 MWac solar phases. There is no price escalator, and the solar portion is a record low price for the United States. It even beats out the current U.S. pricing leader – 8minute’s 2.375¢/kWh from the 300 MW Eagle Shadow Mountain solar project.... more:¢-kwh/

Hey Hydrogen Scholars: Let's do some MORE MATHS!!!

If solar energy costs 0.02 Cents per kWh, how much does a Kilogram of Hydrogen cost?

Hint: ~50 kWh = 1 Kg H2

CHEAP GREEN DOMESTICALLY PRODUCED ENERGY. Who could have a problem with that? Maybe EXXON? Standard Oil?

If only there was a way to store Solar Energy so that the solar farms wouldn't have to be curtailed when there's too much energy for the grid......



Cummins set to acquire Canadian developer and manufacturer of hydrogen fuel cells

June 28, 2019

Cummins announced Friday it has agreed to acquire Hydrogenics Corporation, a developer and manufacturer of hydrogen fuel cell modules and hydrogen generation equipment.

As a part of the transaction, The Hydrogen Company, a wholly-owned subsidiary of L’Air Liquide, S.A., and Hydrogenics’ largest equity shareholder, will maintain ownership in the company.

Cummins Chairman and CEO Tom Linebarger called Hydrogenics “one of the world’s leading fuel cell and hydrogen generation equipment providers,” and said Cummins looked forward to formally closing the deal, at which time “we will share more details about the acquisition and our strategy to offer a broad portfolio of power solutions to meet our customers’ needs.”...
Fuel Cell vs Diesel

Easy to see why Cummins is joining the future of energy, isn't it.

Tulsi Gabbard Full Debate Performance First 2020 Primary Debate Highlights

The first Female President of the United States of Usury

Tusli Kicked Ass and Took Names. A rising star, she'll have to be in all the other debates, and she will get better and better. Tulsi vs. Trump would be the End of Mr. Pussy Grabber.


We all know now that "Righty" doesn't REALLY Care about the Constitution. Righty just says he does.

Tulsi served in the Military.

tRump is a 2 bit Draft Dodger that says avoiding STD's was "like combat" ROFL

Which one do you think will appeal to most 'Murikans????

International Energy Agency: The Future of Hydrogen- a 203 page report with graphs, numbers, etc

The Future of Hydrogen
Seizing today’s opportunities
14 June 2019

At the request of the government of Japan under its G20 presidency, the International Energy Agency (IEA) has produced this landmark report to analyse the current state of play for hydrogen and to offer guidance on its future development.

The report finds that clean hydrogen is currently enjoying unprecedented political and business momentum, with the number of policies and projects around the world expanding rapidly. It concludes that now is the time to scale up technologies and bring down costs to allow hydrogen to become widely used. The pragmatic and actionable recommendations to governments and industry that are provided will make it possible to take full advantage of this increasing momentum.


This is a critical year for hydrogen. It is enjoying unprecedented momentum around the world
and could finally be set on a path to fulfil its longstanding potential as a clean energy solution.
To seize this opportunity, governments and companies need to be taking ambitious and realworld
actions now. We are very grateful to the government of Japan for its request under its
presidency of the G20 that the International Energy Agency (IEA) prepare this important and
timely report.

Our study provides an extensive and independent assessment of hydrogen that lays out where
things stand now; the ways in which hydrogen can help to achieve a clean, secure and
affordable energy future; and how we can go about realising its potential. To help to get things
moving, we have identified the most promising immediate opportunities to provide a
springboard for the future.

As the world’s leading energy authority covering all fuels and all technologies, the IEA is ideally
placed to help to shape global policy on hydrogen. The rigorous analysis in this report was
conducted in close collaboration with governments, industry and academia.

This study on hydrogen is part of a comprehensive approach the IEA is taking to the global
energy system. Last month, we published a report on the role of nuclear power in a clean
energy system. We are also holding various high-level meetings to underscore the critical
elements needed for a sustainable energy future – including a ministerial conference in Dublin
this month on energy efficiency and another ministerial on systems integration of renewables in
Berlin in October 2019.

I very much hope our report on hydrogen will inform discussions and decisions among G20
countries, as well as those among other governments and companies across the world. I hope it
will help to translate hydrogen’s current momentum into real-world action that sets hydrogen
firmly on the path to becoming a significant enabler of a clean, secure and affordable energy

Beyond this report, the IEA will remain focused on hydrogen, further expanding our expertise in
order to monitor progress and provide guidance on technologies, policies and market design.
We will continue to work closely with governments and all other stakeholders to support your
efforts to make the most out of hydrogen’s huge potential.
The IEA looks forward to continuing this journey together.

Dr. Fatih Birol
Executive Director
International Energy Agency

Download the free 203 page report here (free reg. required)

In an article published in Forbes magazine in 2009, T. Boone Pickens, American financier and Chairman and CEO of BP Capital, selected Birol as number four of seven most influential people in the world's energy sector. According to oil tycoon turned wind advocate Pickens, "When he says things like, 'the world would need to find the equivalent of four times the crude oil reserves now held by Saudi Arabia to maintain current production plus six Saudi Arabias if it is to keep up with the expected increase in demand between now and 2030,' the world sits up and takes notice.

China's solar installations could hit 50GW in 2020

PV Market research firm, PV InfoLink has forecasted demand in China could reach 50GW in 2020, despite its forecast of demand in 2019, being lower than expected at 33.6GW.

PV InfoLink expects China’s PV installation boom to start ramping in the fourth quarter of 2019 as new range grid parity support mechanisms come into effective operation. A combination, dominated by ‘Bidding Projects’ and ‘Grid Parity’ projects in the fourth quarter is expected to result in installations topping 15.5GW, up from a forecasted 9.6GW in the third quarter of 2019...

In the future, do you think there will be MORE excess renewable energy or LESS excess renewable energy?

A hydrogen drone inspects a huge Chinese solar farm

Status Coup Interviews Jimmy Dore at the Democrat Debate

"Rachel Maddow is the moral superior of NO ONE" -- Jimmy Dore

Status Coup:
Trump Supporter DEFENDS Grab 'Em By The P**sy: "People Grab Other People Once In A While"

It's a race to the gutter. How low can you go- Do the Limbo!

Bet you can go lower!

Tulsi Drives A Tank Over Little Timmy Ryan
What a weasel. And an idiot.


End the Unconstitutional Illegal Wars Now

Hydrogen Powered Buses Are Happening On Hawaii Island

H2 Bus with Energy Exporter can power commercial buildings for many hours in a disaster

(BIVN) – Hydrogen-powered vehicles are on the way to Hawaiʻi Island.

On June 18, the Hawaiʻi County Council Committee on Public Works and Mass Transit was given a presentation by the Department of Research and Development regarding plans to utilize electric and/or hydrogen buses.

Puna Councilmember Matt Kanealiʻi-Kleinfelder, who requested the update, said he would like to see the emerging technology deployed as a step towards a cleaner, greener and sustainable island society.

“We started this project here for the Big Island almost ten years ago,” said Mitch Ewan, Hydrogen Systems Program Manager for the Hawaiʻi Natural Energy Institute. “We’re now at NELHA. We’re maybe weeks away from our hydrogen station actually coming online. Our first bus is over on Oʻahu, just going through its final commissioning. It’s a 29 passenger, fuel-cell hybrid bus. Brand new. Looks awesome. So, as soon as my hydrogen station is up and running, we’ll bring the bus over here and then we’ll do final commissioning with some of our contractors, just making sure all our software and communications equipment is working. So, we’re basically ready to go.”

Riley Saito, the Energy Specialist for the Hawaiʻi County Department of Research and Development, gave the presentation on Hele-On Zero Emission Buses, or “ZEBs”.

Saito first talked about pilot Battery Electric Bus (BEB) project, which in December 2018 concluded that BEBs would best be deployed on shorter routes, and that island topology is a major factor on the life of the battery. The County is slated to get 3 Battery Electric Buses in early 2021.... more:

Finally some H2 news in 'Murika! Around the world, it's just another day in the H2 Revolution...

US Based Air Products brings first hydrogen fuel station to Saudi Arabia

Stacy Wescoe | June 24, 2019

Air Products is helping to bring hydrogen fuel to the Middle East.

Last week Air Products of Trexlertown and Saudi Aramco opened the first hydrogen fueling station in Saudi Arabia.

“It is well known that our world needs a sustainable system to address environmental challenges while also meeting growing energy demand. Hydrogen and fuel-cell technologies are well positioned to be part of the solution,” said Seifi Ghasemi, Air Products’ chairman, president and CEO.

The pilot fueling station is located at Air Products’ new Technology Center in the Dhahran Techno Valley Science Park in Saudi Arabia and will fuel an initial fleet of six Toyota Mirai fuel-cell electric vehicles.

“Today’s milestone is an important step in making oil-to-hydrogen a reality as Saudi Aramco continues to be focused on creating breakthrough technologies and solutions as part of our long term efforts to reduce carbon emissions and address climate concerns,” said Amin H. Nasser, president and CEO of Saudi Aramco... more:

Air Products

Another day in the Hydrogen Energy Revolution

Rock the Casbah- with Hydrogen!

That was so good here's another

This Is Radio Hydrogen On Pirate Satellite
Beaming from the mountain tops, using visual ammunition

That time when the US blew Iran Air Flight 655 out of Iranian airspace killing 290, 66 children

Date 3 July 1988
Summary Shot down by a missile fired from USS Vincennes
Passengers 274
Crew 16
Fatalities 290 - 66 Children
Survivors 0
Vincennes was in Iranian territorial waters at the time of the incident
Iran Air 655 was flying within Iranian airspace

Iran Air Flight 655 was a scheduled passenger flight from Tehran to Dubai via Bandar Abbas, that was shot down on 3 July 1988 by an SM-2MR surface-to-air missile fired from USS Vincennes, a guided missile cruiser of the United States Navy. The aircraft, an Airbus A300, was destroyed and all 290 people on board, including 66 children, were killed. The jet was hit while flying over Iran's territorial waters in the Persian Gulf, along the flight's usual route, shortly after departing Bandar Abbas International Airport, the flight's stopover location. Vincennes had entered Iranian territory after one of its helicopters drew warning fire from Iranian speedboats operating within Iranian territorial limits


CIA Director/War Criminal HW Bush

Why would "Exceptional Americans" EVER feel the need to apologize for killing civilians, including Children?
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