Future fuels

In the Sept. 2 Register, Mr. Gleason commented on windmills. I think any form of saving energy is Green, including windmills and sol
Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010

In the Sept. 2 Register, Mr. Gleason commented on windmills. I think any form of saving energy is Green, including windmills and solar cells. I would like to go a step further.

I agree that the future is definitely nuclear power. Nuclear power not only can be used to generate electricity. A nuclear power plant also generates hydrogen. Hydrogen is the fuel of the future. The only byproduct is ordinary water. The first phase is to convert all internal combustion engines to use hydrogen. The next phase is to use the hydrogen with the fuel cell to generate electricity for the next generation automobile.

I would urge everyone to contact and ask our representatives to support and push for the building of new technologies nuclear power plants. Unlike the U.S., France recycles its nuclear waste and the U.S. should do the same.

Lewis Kuhn

Sandusky