Solar UnicatA self-contained hydrogen fuel system in a Unicat would be ultracool. The biggest, baddest Green Thing on six wheels!
Off-the-shelf components are available to do it with moderate cost:
The Feds are on the hydrogen bandwagon: http://hydrogen.energy.gov/
Honda is moving the FCX to production: http://www.greencarcongress.com/2005/10/hondas_more_pow.html
Some high school students in Arizona made a solar hydrogen truck for $10K: http://www.fuelcellsworks.com/Supppage1259.html
Another news page: http://freeenergynews.com/Directory/Hydrogen/index.html
Green RVI need to set up a pahe & category for Green RV technology. But in the meantime I'll comment on the Solar Unicat post.
This AutoBlogGreen item illustrates movement in the right direction: Ford Airstream concept: a shiny, hydrogen-powered PHEV funmobile. Not nearly as exciting as the Solar Unicat extreme Green RV concept, but a clear indication we're getting there.
--Jim White, 26-Jan-2007