Detroit, MI (PRWEB) July 20, 2009
It has now been six years since the incorporation of the Interstate Traveler Company which has been quietly traveling the globe informing governmental and non-governmental organizations about the future of Hydrogen Infrastructure and high speed trains, and with the rapid changes in the market place the Interstate Traveler has been growing fast.
"When we first published back in 2002, incorporated in 2003 and won the unanimous resolutions of support from both houses of the Michigan Legislature in 2003 we spent most of our time just trying to get people to understand what a fuel cell was," stated Justin Sutton, the Founder of the company and inventor of the various technologies they are implementing
"It is amazing that six years have gone by, to see our company has grown so well and to watch the media and the elected leadership get up to speed on Hydrogen based energy systems," Sutton said. The struggle of this small company has not come without its bumps and bruises, being a green energy company six years ago was almost unheard of and now they are everywhere. "I'll never forget the first day I met Justin," says Jay Wilber the incoming CEO of the Executive team "I had just retired from General Motors after 41 years, most of which was in labor relations, and when I saw what Justin's company was planning to do, I had to get involved."
Wilber was introduced to the company by Mr. William C. Brooks Chairman Emeritus 2007-2009 and has been the acting Chief Labor Officer for the company for the last two years and has traveled around the United States attending commercial and military conferences about green energy and sustainable development touting the many green and sustainable benefits of the HyRail. His many years at General Motors can be viewed in a snap-shot if you read the book that he and UAW counterpart Thomas Weekley co-wrote entitled "United WE Stand - The unprecedented story of the GM - UAW Quality Partnership" which was dedicated to the memory of none other that Dr. W. Edwards Deming.
While the world struggles to transition into the ideals of sustainable development the Interstate Traveler Company and the Hydrogen Super Highway, or HyRail, represents the ideal integration of systems that will make sustainable development a reality not just for the green movement but for the needs of industrial development and the increase in capital markets. "One thing is for sure" Wilber remarks "When we start building our rail using our automated scenario, every steel mill in America will be running at full tilt before long."
"We are all very excited about our new CEO" says their Chief Technology Officer Adam Nehr "Our core group of scientists are ready to jump into our final phase of optimization for production. With Jay Wilber heading our executive team, with all his life experience in the automotive world, our transition into production will go very quickly."
The company has been quiet over the last couple years as the green market has been blossoming. Now that most of the world is aware of the issues of global warming and sustainable development we will be hearing a lot more from this company.