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Hydrogen fuel is arguably the most energy efficient and cheapest way to run vehicles without oil - whether the source fuel is natural gas, wind or solar.
The first hydrogen fuel cell vehicles are expected on the market during 2013, with a price of around £50,000, which will start reducing.
Hydrogen is also emerging as a means of storing surplus energy from renewables - and a intermediate product of future coal power stations, which will use coal gasification.
Many people have dismissed hydrogen as a 2020 fuel, but 2020 is approaching and looks like it might be more like 2015, so this is a good time to get involved in the industry.
You can start by signing up for our e-mail newsletter, and also making note of our London Hydrogen Business conference, expected to be run in early 2013.
The Hydrogen Journal will be a central hub for the hydrogen industry, connecting buyers and technology suppliers with information, and opportunities to meet.
Behind Hydrogen is an online social network for people involved in the world wide hydrogen industry, so you can get in contact with other people in the industry, privately or publicly, and share news about what you are doing.
The Hydrogen Journal / Behind Hydrogen is published by Digital Energy Journal Ltd, a publishing company in London specialising in magazines, online networks and conferences for new developments in energy.
Publications from our company and our sister companies include:
Carbon Capture Journal, about carbon capture and storage
Digital Energy Journal, about IT in upstream oil and gas
Tanker Operator, about tanker shipping operations
Digital Ship, about IT and communications in the maritime industry
LNG Journal, about LNG
The Hydrogen Journal is edited by Karl Jeffery, editor of Digital Energy Journal and a past editor of Digital Ship and Tanker Operator, and a graduate chemical engineer (University of Nottingham) and Keith Forward, also editor of Carbon Capture Journal and a graduate physicist (Imperial College, London).