Kids 4 Hydrogen flew up to Seattle, WA, to meet with Wikispeed and Origami Paddleboards. Their goal: build the first modular hydrogen vehicle with zero emissions. Touring the Wikispeed shop, the students learned about the revolutionary process of building a vehicle that doesn’t take a billion dollars. Brainstorming with Joe Justice, Rob Beresford, and Clayton of Wikispeed brought amazing opportunities for the students to build an engine/motor component that uses hydrogen. Tim Niemier of Origami Paddleboards offered brilliant suggestions and cheered the team on. The synergy among the group was mind blowing!
Join us in converting the one billion internal combustion engine (ICE) cars in the world to use an emission-less fuel instead of gasoline, and most of all, in our mission to reduce atmospheric CO2 to save civilization!