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Global Hydrogen Trainer & Advisor, Charley Rattan Associates

Charley Rattan, Training, advising and informing the global energy transition. Charley heads Charley Rattan Associates, a team of seasoned trainers and advisors driving forwards the energy...

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  • Dec 12, 2021

Look! Up in the sky! Not a bird - an electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft--and thousands of them could be flying above cities by 2030. Hear McKinsey


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Bob Meinetz on Dec 12, 2021

I've heard about these, Charley. They say by 1970, every family will have one!




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Jim Stack on Dec 13, 2021

1st of all trying to control the airways with lots of flying machines and little training of the pilots/drivers could be a disaster. When you are up in the air a small failure would be deadly.

2nd Hydrogen is a fool cell nightmare.  It is very inefficient to use hydrogen. It is unsafe to store at high pressure and can explode and catch fire. That sounds worse than gasoline and is. 

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