Much has been made over the past two years regarding the potential for and adoption of hydrogen fuel technologies. While the industrial sector is by far still the largest user of hydrogen fuel, it's the consumer space that is putting the topic of hydrogen and hydrogen fuel cells on our radar.
I have been anxiously awaiting an alternative to conventional electric power and the economic benefits that follow. Of course solar comes to mind, and while I love solar power, it can be expensive and because of the space requirements for panel installation, and is not for everybody.
Fort Sumter National Monument is taking the first shot at ushering in a new era of energy independence with plans to take the island off the electric utility grid and make it completely self-sufficient.