The Emperor's New Hydrogen Economy
A book by Darryl McMahon
Last updated 2012.04.07
We Have a Winner!!
Dateline: San Francisco CA - Thursday May 12, 2011 - The International Green Book Festival announced
the results of its competition, and awarded The Emperor's New Hydrogen Economy with Runner-up
(second place) in the non-fiction category, coming in ahead of entries by many notable 'green' authors
such as David Suzuki.
Upcoming Appearances and Book Signings
Saturday, May 12, 2012 - 10-4 - at the Electric Vehicle Council of Ottawa EV Expo, Canadian Museum of
Science and Technology, 1867 St. Laurent Blvd, Ottawa.
(To discuss having the author speak at your event about the Personal Energy Plan,
consumer-level energy efficiency, energy conservation and production, reducing energy bills or electric vehicles,
Sorry, the 70% OFF sale is over.
In March 2009, I posted here that it was time to make your oil and energy intensive
purchases while oil was unrealistically cheap at $40/barrel, down from $147 just six months earlier.
Did you take advantage
of that opportunity, now that we have seen oil prices back up to $110 a barrel in recent months (early
May 2011)? Which way do you think oil prices are heading in the short term, and in the long term?
The Emperorís New Hydrogen Economy provides you with a wide range of things you can do to reduce
your dependence on conventional energy sources that will rise again, and other ways
to reduce your costs as a consumer and homeowner. Todayís low oil prices present opportunities to
invest in energy conservation and low-cost alternate energy techniques and technology, and find
bargains in what are usually higher priced alternative energy options. Itís a good time to
invest in your personal low-cost energy future.
A Personal Energy Plan will save you money now,
and in the future as energy prices rise again
The Emperor's New Hydrogen Economy
in the news
The Emperor's New Hydrogen Economy now cited by
[*dead link: http://www.fueleconomy.gov/hydrogenandfuelcells/resources/db/higheredcatalogs/H2.do?state=book&bookId=195"
the U.S. Department of Energy as a textbook on Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology
article on The Emperor's New Hydrogen Economy 2007.01.13
A Local Review
The Emperor's New Hydrogen Economy by Darryl McMahon
This book is a great read for the energy conscious person who is concerned with the environment
and how ours and future generations will cope with our depleting fossil fuels. At present, McMahon
believes hydrogen is not the answer. He reviews the many ways that hydrogen can be produced.
McMahon points out that although hydrogen is an exceptional environmentally friendly fuel, its
production uses fossil fuels which contribute to global warming. Hydrogen is not viable at present
but can be a very clean and efficient 'future fuel' when technology finds ways of manufacturing it
using alternative energy sources.
With the world's fossil fuel supply quickly running out, the author uses the latter portion of
the book to suggest ways of conserving energy. This section is a must read for everyone who wants
to use less energy and save money at the same time.
( Peter Bayfield )
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Check your favourite bookstore to get your copy of The
Emperor's New Hydrogen Economy to prepare yourself for a future of
rising energy prices.
Shoppe (800 Bank Street)
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Woodward Drive at Clyde Avenue North)
Perfect Books (258
Elgin Street, near MacLaren)
(If your favourite store for new books does not have The
Emperor's New Hydrogen Economy, ask them to get it for you.)
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