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Dan Holguin – Hydrogen Fuel News
Lorene Word – Co-Editor

Alternative Energy News Writers


Alicia Moore

Angie Bergenson

Amanda Giasson

Amanda Giasson, writerAmanda Giasson is a professional freelance writer, editor, and fantasy fiction author. She has a keen interest in the environment and is fascinated by the role that hydrogen fuel and other forms of alternative and renewable energy play in helping the world to decarbonize and move toward a greener and more energy-secure future. When she’s not writing about the environment and various other trending topics, Giasson enjoys co-writing novels in the popular Perspective book series.


Follow Amanda: Twitter: @amgiassonauthor and LinkedIn: Amanda Giasson

Bret Williams

Erin Kilgore

John Max

Carolyn Johnson

Tami Hood

Julie Campbell

Julie Campbell, writer bioJulie B. Campbell is a veteran news writer with a primary focus on hydrogen fuel and renewable energy, technology, health and wellness. Campbell has been the head of a freelance writing company since 2003 and is the author of a number of children’s books as well as co-author of the popular fantasy fiction Perspective book series. She is an enthusiastic supporter of environmental, medical and social causes and is a proud “balcony farmer” with a thriving vegetable container garden. Campbell has a Bilingual Bachelor of Arts from York University.

Follow Julie: Twitter: @JBConline and Facebook: JBConlineWriters

Angela Linders

Paul McCormack

Dr. Bob Meyer

Dr. Bob Meyer. writerDr. Robert Meyer is an environmental scientist interested in clean and sustainable energy. He admits to making occasional ballpark estimates to get these conversations rolling 😉 but does try for reasonable accuracy and appreciates comments and corrections. His website is, and his five previous HFN articles can be found at

Frankie Wallace

Frankie Wallace writer sustainabilityFrankie Wallace is a freelance writer from the Pacific Northwest. She enjoys writing about technology, sustainability, and education. Frankie spends her free time cultivating her zero waste garden or off hiking in the mountains of the PNW with her loved ones.


1 Comment

  • Phil Carlson says:

    Dear Sirs,

    Regarding todays article on Rolls Royce powering jet engine with hydrogen the source of the hydrogen is stated to be from wind and solar. The author didnt mention nuclear as a source as well. In all likelihood nuclear will be the most efficient non-carbon source of hydrogen in the future.

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