Our shared goal is to get students excited about the world’s hydrogen future and demonstrate how liquid hydrogen is the key to advanced clean energy and electricity generation - James Fesmire, Chief Architect GenH2
TITUSVILLE, Fla. (PRWEB) December 05, 2022
GenH2, a premier provider of hydrogen infrastructure, announced today that the company has been invited to celebrate World Space Week. The daylong event takes place October 10, 2022 at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida. World Space Week programs are held in more than 100 countries featuring hundreds of education-related activities for teachers and students.
The GenH2 booth located on the bottom floor of Space Shuttle Atlantis® at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex will showcase the promise of hydrogen. Additionally, the company’s Chief Architect James Fesmire will present a program on Space & Sustainability, geared toward both children and adults, in Journey To Mars on October 10 at 2:00 PM, Liquid Hydrogen: The Key to Space Exploration and Sustainable Energy. Fesmire is also a NASA Hall of Fame Inventor and the founder of the NASA Cryogenic Test Lab.
“We are thrilled to join Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in emphasizing the importance of bringing space technology to the general public because World Space Week illustrates the many ways that the future is now,” said Greg Gosnell, CEO of GenH2. “James’ presentation and the educational materials at our booth will show how and why hydrogen production, liquefaction, storage and dispensing provide a critical piece in alternative energy solutions.”
Many of the patents GenH2 has licensed from NASA are the foundation for the exciting technology that Fesmire will present, including a model hydrogen fuel cell car that is powered by converting water into electricity. Guests will also be treated to some of the eye-popping features of other chemical elements such as liquid nitrogen, and they will hear about the hydrogen fuel cell that has generated electricity for rockets since the launch of Gemini in the 1960s.
“I’ve been doing my signature ‘show & tell’ programs in area elementary schools on behalf of NASA for many years,” said Fesmire. “Our shared goal is to get students excited about the world’s hydrogen future and demonstrate how liquid hydrogen is the key to advanced clean energy and electricity generation.”
For more information, please visit http://www.DiscoverHydrogen.com.
GenH2 is an industry leader in hydrogen infrastructure solutions. The Titusville, Florida-headquartered technology company includes former NASA researchers and developers who possess decades of experience researching, engineering, and producing hydrogen solutions. GenH2 is focused on the mass production of infrastructure equipment necessary for the transition to a clean energy economy. GenH2 technology will allow safe onsite production, storage, and distribution of liquid or gaseous hydrogen, making the product accessible for everyday use; the company has plans to deliver its product to hundreds of locations across the country in the coming years. Learn more about GenH2 at http://www.DiscoverHydrogen.com.