The greatest threat to mankind is man.
Caption - Chris McWhinney starts a small internal combustion engine inside the Green Energy and Conservation Center in Brookville, Ohio June 23, 2011. The engine was modified to run on hydrogen which was produced by McWhinney’s AutoARK® electrolysis machine.
The June meeting of Green Energy Ohio was held on the 23rd at the Green Energy and Conservation Center on the farm of Ralph Dull in Brookville, Ohio. The featured speaker was Chris McWhinney, CEO of Millennium Reign Energy, an alternative fuel company out of Englewood, Ohio.
McWhinney has been actively involved with design and marketing of his AutoARK® line of hydrogen generating stations. The stations use electricity to separate water into hydrogen and oxygen. McWhinney’s vision is to have his stations installed in homes, businesses, schools and communities to help each become energy independent and avoid the inevitable price increases in conventional fossil fuels of coal, natural gas and oil.
After the meeting and demonstration I asked Chris a few questions:
1greenseed: Why are you working with hydrogen?
Chris McWhinney: Hydrogen is the most abundant resource in the universe, it make an excellent energy carrier, and it can replace all existing forms of transportation fuel with clean sustainable energy. Most important it will allow for the human race to bottle the wind and the sun for later use and for any energy use.
1gs: What is the greatest challenge for you?
CM: Getting the word out that we do not have to wait, the systems are ready now and we need to rally support both publicly and financially.
1gs: What are your hopes for the future?
CM: I would like to see the day when everything runs on hydrogen made from renewable energy and water through our electrolysis process. As a result we will have built a company that has created millions of jobs globally and has dramatically reduced green house gas emission. By selling the equipment to people for them to make their own energy and fuel we will have freed the world from bondage to energy companies, leveled the playing field and quietly revolutionized our world.
1gs: What would you tell people who want to learn more about hydrogen energy?
The Green Energy and Conservation Center is an education and demonstration facility where people can learn about alternatives to fossil fuel based energy. Wind-turbines and photovoltaic or PV solar electric panels produce renewable energy for use on the farm. McWhinney has installed one of his AutoARK® systems that is producing hydrogen for an automobile filling station.
Green Energy Ohio or GEO is a statewide nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting economically sustainable energy policies and practices in Ohio.