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Honda opens new solar hydrogen station

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on January 28th, 2010

Well look what we have here. When we weren’t looking, Honda has begun to operate its next generation solar hydrogen station prototype at the Los Angeles Center of Honda R&D America. The idea is that its a single, integrated unit which can be installed in any garage.

This Honda Solar Hydrogen Station is smaller than its predecessor and can produce enough hydrogen through an 8-hour overnight fill for the average daily commute (which is about 10,000 miles annually) for each fuel cell electric vehicle. Pretty handy being able to refill your vehicle overnight and you can sleep well while its filling, knowing that you are lowering CO2 emissions, since you take advantage of off-peak power rates. Daytime charging is solar power.

Guy builds a First-Class Pan Am Cabin in his garage

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on October 27th, 2009

Guy builds a First-Class Pan Am Cabin in his garageAnthony Toth really likes Pan Am. He likes it so much that he built a vintage Pan Am first-class cabin in his garage. It looks awesome and the setup includes almost everything fliers in the late 1970s and 1980s would have found onboard.

You’ve got your red-and-blue reclining seats, original overhead luggage bins and even a curved, red-carpeted staircase. Anthony is a 42-year-old global sales director at United Airlines and he spent more than 20 of those years on his recreation of a Pan Am cabin, which includes a few economy-class seats.