Hydrogen-powered Buildings?

Today’s fourth part of RPPI’s five-part series on hydrogen looks at using hydrogen fuel cells and hybrid engines to power buildings. There’s a lot of potential benefits there, and not as many problems as with vehicles. Tomorrow: can the government (or anyone else, for that matter) pick technology winners? … More Hydrogen-powered Buildings?

Check out Virginia Postrel’s Economic Scene column today, in which she analyzes whether or not war is good or bad for the economy. Of course, it cuts both ways. One of the interesting facts of economic history is that the physical and human devastation is the largest cost, while one benefit that has lots and … More More

Check out Virginia Postrel’s Economic Scene column today, in which she analyzes whether or not war is good or bad for the economy. Of course, it cuts both ways. One of the interesting facts of economic history is that the physical and human devastation is the largest cost, while one benefit that has lots and … More More

Check out Virginia Postrel’s Economic Scene column today, in which she analyzes whether or not war is good or bad for the economy. Of course, it cuts both ways. One of the interesting facts of economic history is that the physical and human devastation is the largest cost, while one benefit that has lots and … More More

Check out Virginia Postrel’s Economic Scene column today, in which she analyzes whether or not war is good or bad for the economy. Of course, it cuts both ways. One of the interesting facts of economic history is that the physical and human devastation is the largest cost, while one benefit that has lots and … More More