Fact #1

The word Hydrogen is derived from “phydrogenium” which comes from the Greek words hydro meaning water, and genes which means forming.

Fact #2

The first recognised hydrogen production was in 1766 by Henry Cavendish.

Fact #3

PEM fuel cells were used for the first Apollo moon landing in 1969.

Fact #4

Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe.

Fact #5

The water in an Olympic swimming pool could power 5000 Australian homes for a year using Hydrogen and fuel cells.

Fact #6

The Hindenburg air ship didn’t blow up because of the Hydrogen inside it was the extremely flammable surface coating creating a static charge.

Fact #7

The United States already uses some 10 million tons of hydrogen each year for industrial purposes.

Fact #8

Hydrogen is the universe’s simplest atom, a single electron orbiting a single proton.

Fact #9

General Motors in the United States unveiled the “Sequel” in 2005 which only requires 8 kilograms of compressed hydrogen to power the vehicle for 480 Kilometers.

Fact #10

In 1874 in Jules Verne’s Book - The Mysterious Island he said “water will one day be employed as fuel, that hydrogen and oxygen of which it is constituted will be used”

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