H2-international has long since refrained from spreading any rumors or participating in any speculation about fuel cells for mobile devices, even if it was about an iPhone which allegedly could be powered by Intelligent Energy modules. It is precisely for this reason that we will do no more than quote roby111, who posted a pretty accurate assessment of the situation on the web at Elektronikpraxis: “Yes, since 1998 this topic has been making the rounds
There is a major information deficit with the topic of hydrogen and fuel cell technology – both in expert circles and in the public realm. There are almost no affordable English magazines that cover the research results from other regions of the world. The few press releases which are published on the internet often suffer from a lack of detailed facts. For this reason the Hdrogeit Verlag is now offering a new information service which reports on the latest developments in the hydrogen and fuel cells sector: H2-international.
Starting from the autumn of 2015, Hydrogeit Verlag will be issuing an international information medium about hydrogen and fuel cells. Following from the growing levels of interest in the specialist journal HZwei as well as in a global, independent level of reporting, the owner of the publishing house and issuer of HZwei, Sven Geitmann, has decided to publish an English language newsletter. In contrast to the existing Hydrogeit newsletter which already appears every month, along with the latest news, its international counterpart will also include specialist reports and will therefore only be available against payment. On a similar basis to the currently available German magazine HZwei this digital information service will primarily provide information concerning research results, demonstration projects as well as developments from the H2 and fuel cell sector in Germany. Those who are interested are able to find out more at www.h2-international.com.