Explore hydrogen power through hands-on activities with Air Liquide at the Children’s Museum in Easton on Wednesday, April 18th from 10am until 3pm. Power a model car with water, make a model of a water molecule, explore a hydrogen vehicle and learn about hydrogen energy and its benefits to the environment.
The world of energy is changing and hydrogen is one of the energies that constitute a solution to meet the challenges of clean transportation: reduction of greenhouse gases, of pollution in cities, and of dependency on fossil fuels. Used in the fuel cell, hydrogen combines with oxygen from the air to produce electricity, with water as the only byproduct. For more than 40 years, Air Liquide has been developing unique expertise in the mastery of the entire hydrogen chain (production, storage, and distribution) allowing the widespread use of hydrogen as a clean energy.