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Alicia Moore

Alicia Moore’s dedication to sustainable energy products goes beyond her writing. She actively seeks out new ways to live more sustainably, and encourages others to do the same. Her commitment to eco-friendly living is evident in her daily life, and she is always looking for ways to reduce her impact on the environment.

What sets Alicia apart as a writer is her ability to communicate complex topics in a way that is accessible to everyone. Her passion for renewable energy is contagious, and her writing inspires readers to consider the ways in which they can make a positive impact on the planet. Ultimately, Alicia’s work is driven by a desire to create a more sustainable and equitable world, and her writing serves as a powerful tool for achieving this goal.

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Angie Bergenson

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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

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Bert Watson, writer at Hydrogen Fuel NewsBert Watson, the president of Watson & Company, founded the company after eight years as a Congressional staff in Washington, D.C. His experience in assisting businesses with federal issues, international concerns, bureaucratic red tape and communications has helped him hone his business interaction and advocacy skills. His capabilities include providing strategic direction to achieve political participation, constituency awareness and agency sponsorship.

While serving on active duty in the Navy, Bert was transferred to San Diego. His experience with the military’s infrastructure, service as a congressional aide, and decades as a government relations consultant have provided him with the relevant knowledge to enable successful positioning, and communication, of issues. Knowing how to get answers to questions, how to expand “interpretive latitude” to address issues are the hallmarks of his experience.

He has worked on many and various endeavors such as guiding regional input regarding reforming the Federal Drug Administration; promoting the nationally televised experiment on a Space Shuttle; successfully managed numerous DOD funding requests for technology enhancement, and; worked with various military initiatives, technology programs and more recently, international energy initiatives.

Bert has initiated at least two non-profits, supports animals, is pretty competent in the kitchen and enjoys historic biographies (still working through “Hamilton”) and is married to a former Ukrainian diplomat.

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Bret Williams

Bret Williams, writer at Hydrogen Fuel NewsBrett Williams is a writer and researcher with a passion for trains and renewable energy technology. With over 20 years of experience, he is a recognized expert in the field of sustainable energy, including waste to energy and hydrogen storage solutions.

Growing up, Brett’s love for trains sparked an interest in energy and transportation systems. This passion led him to explore the world of renewable energy, where he discovered his true calling. As a writer, Brett uses his knowledge and expertise to provide insightful articles and whitepapers on cutting-edge topics related to sustainable energy.

Brett is a passionate advocate for the environment and believes that renewable energy is crucial to preserving our planet for future generations. He strives to promote the latest sustainable energy initiatives, new technologies, and emerging trends in the sector through his writing.

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Erin Kilgore

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Meet Erin, a seasoned writer with 12 years of experience in the field of alternative energy. With numerous publications under her belt, Erin is considered an expert in the industry. Her passion for writing about sustainable energy solutions has taken her on an incredible journey, from studying wind turbines in Denmark to reporting on solar power plants in California.

Through her extensive research and writing, Erin has come to believe that hydrogen is the missing piece in the puzzle for long-term decarbonization. She’s convinced that this clean-burning fuel has the potential to transform our energy systems and pave the way for a brighter, greener future.

When she’s not writing about alternative energy, you can find Erin curled up with her favorite book, “The Water Will Come” by Jeff Goodell. From UC Davis, she has earned a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature. With her unique blend of scientific expertise and storytelling skills, Erin continues to inspire readers around the world to embrace a more sustainable way of living.

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John Max

John Max, AuthorJohn Max is an experienced sound engineer with a bachelor’s degree from UCLA. With over 25 years of experience in the entertainment industry, John has also worked as a machinist, producing parts for cameras.

Apart from his professional achievements, John is passionate about classic cars, owning a dazzling 1976 Porsche 911. While he drives a Toyota Prius on a regular day, John is excited about getting his hands on his first hydrogen car soon.

John has been an avid writer for Hydrogen Fuel News for 17 years, contributing to the team as they collectively investigate and learn about the growth and technology of hydrogen fuel. At Hydrogen Fuel News, John is part of a great team that shares a common goal of exploring and investigating the world of hydrogen fuel.

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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

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Angela Linders

Angela Linders, AuthorHi there! My name is Angela, and I absolutely love writing. I’ve been fortunate enough to have been a writer for Hydrogen News for over 15 years, and I still enjoy every moment of it. The subject matter is something that I’m extremely passionate about, and I believe that passion comes through in my writing.

When I was younger, I used to play tennis quite a bit. Nowadays, however, I’ve set my sights on a new sport called pickleball. It’s a bit of a craze at the moment, but I’m absolutely hooked. Whenever I’m not writing articles or doing research, you can often find me on the pickleball court. It’s a great way to stay active, and I always have a blast playing with my friends.

I’m always striving to improve my writing and stay up-to-date with the latest developments in the industry. I believe that writing is a journey of constant improvement, and I’m excited to see where that journey will take me next. Whether I’m writing about hydrogen news or the latest pickleball trends, I always aim to bring my unique perspective to the table and create content that engages and entertains my readers.

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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

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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.

Follow Frankie: LinkedIn and Twitter @freelyfrankie

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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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