The Hydrogen Society (PDF)
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The Hydrogen Society
More Than Just a Vision?
by Arno A. Evers, Preface of T. Nejat Veziroglu, IAHE-President
Arno A. Evers, entrepreneur from Germany, founded the first Group Exhibit Hydrogen and Fuel Cells at the annual Hannover Fair 15 years ago, and is since then one of the founding father of German H2 and FC industry. He launched his first book in the publishing house Hydrogeit Verlag. It is written in English, with the title: “The Hydrogen Society ... more than just a Vision?” and raises the question of the future of Hydrogen and Fuel Cells technology, leading eventually to a Hydrogen Society.
This book, which is consistently illustrated with photos and graphics, is addressed in particular to readers who dismiss the conventional energy system, as it is existing now. Evers referred to his target audience as The Concerned Citizens. This group is getting bigger, but is still lacking noncomitted information.
This book was written with the goal to remedy this. Evers said: "We want to reach and motivate young people in particular, as their future commitment to the realization of hydrogen society is indispensable." It is also addressed to all hydrogen and fuel cell insiders, who want to find neutral unbiased information.
Arno A. Evers was born in 1946 in Hamburg. After several years in the oil survey industry, he worked for Messerschmitt Boelkow Blohm (MBB) in Hamburg before he became in 1985 a press spokesman for MBB at their Munich headquarter. Arno founded the Group Exhibit Hydrogen and Fuel Cells at the HANNOVER FAIR in 1995, which developed over the years to become Europe’s largest industry and research gathering, taking place annually at the Hannover Fair in Germany. Until 2006, he led the entire organization. Thereafter he attended numerous H2/FC conferences, trade shows and events worldwide.
T. Nejat Veziroglu, president of the International Association for Hydrogen Energy (IAHE) writes in his preface: "I strongly recommend this excellent book to energy engineers, industrialists, environmentalists and decision makers, as well as to those interested in the future of humankind and the welfare of the planet Earth."