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Jason Miller, Hydrogen Researcher
Greenville, SC, 4-25-09 Local hydrogen researcher, Jason Miller, has created Americas’ first hydrogen hybrid scooter which promises to reduce small engine exhaust emissions and help reduce dependence on fossil fuels.
Jason has been experimenting with using simple hydrogen on demand technology for nearly two years now and has had great success reducing the fuel usage in cars and trucks alike. At the height of the gas shortages that gripped the southern USA during the 2008 hurricane season, Jason began road testing a brand new hybrid scooter that runs on gasoline and hydrogen. This scooter makes its own hydrogen and promises to pave the way for the clean running, fuel efficient vehicles of the future.
“You can install this simple kit on any 2 stroke or 4 stroke scooter or moped and immediately smell the difference in the exhaust fumes. It doesn’t matter if it is a little 50cc moped or a large 250cc-650cc touring scooter, adding hydrogen to the mix will clean it up and give a nice performance boost. By burning hydrogen with the gasoline it has been proven that greenhouse gasses are significantly reduced. This could be huge news around the globe where many 2 stroke engines are being banned due to their pollution levels.” Says Jason, who has been working hard to make sure this system is easy for consumers to install and use at home.
According to Jason, many skeptics try and claim that hydrogen on demand systems are junk science. “This road tested hydrogen hybrid scooter proves that it works like a champ. When I drive this bike around town without the hydrogen running it gets about 60mpg and you can smell the exhaust fumes. When I start the hydrogen system the power increase is dramatic and the bike gets 80mpg. When the hydrogen system is running, the exhaust smell is greatly cleaned up and at times almost smells like sea water.” Jason goes on to say, “The byproduct of burning hydrogen is pure water. Not only can this simple system clean up the emissions of scooters worldwide, it also works on riding mowers, small generators or any other small engine. As if making small engines greener wasn’t enough, it will also allow you to get more run time out of the same amount of fossil fuel.”
This Greenville researcher is leading the hydrogen revolution with real world green solutions that actually work today. Jason and Americas’ first hydrogen hybrid scooter are available for interviews, talks, presentations, lectures and festivals. He can be reached at his website: www.hydrohybrids.net or by calling 864-248-6472.