0 Starting point. An introduction to the concept of the fuel cell and what it means to society. Some alternative energy technologies are introduced; solar energy and intelligent load-balancing are discussed. A look at global warming, and the sensationalism that often surrounds it. What are the truths about global warming, and what is merely hot air? Surface temperature and sea levels are discussed. A history of fuel cells and a look at their inner workings. A more detailed look into various energy sources, with links and helpful insights into the energy sources of yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Links to the finest energy source resources in the world. Use these to get started on your quest to building the solar home of the future, or as a research tool in your quest to find new renewable energy sources. Concluding remarks; what can we do to preserve energy and fossil fuels while we wait for fuel cells to come to fruition?


At the moment, fuel cells appear to be the savior of fossil fuels. While we wait for fuel cell development to mature, however, there are many options at our disposal. Alternative energy resources are many and varied.

We have looked at solar panels, wind turbines, and biomass materials in this discussion. There are other options as well.

The Links page was designed to be a jumping-off point for researchers interested in learning more about alternative energy sources. Our future does not need to be powered by nuclear reactors. By finding new renewable resources and cleaner ways of using the fossil fuels we already consume, we can save the environment and become more efficient, all in one.

Last Modified 2 December, 2001 22:16
©2001 Samuel Shaw