Mr Green Energy

200058_10200340347096356_48931275_nDaniel Green, founder and CEO of Mr. Green Energy LLC, is an avid environmentalist and humanitarian. Daniel is an inventor and a leader in the alternative fuel movement. Raised in Texas oil country and ironically committed to eradicating our dependence on fossil fuels, Dan currently resides in Hawaii. Eight years ago Daniel became inspired greatly by Stanley Meyer’s research to utilize water as fuel. By combining his background in construction and mechanics with his passion for alternative energy, Daniel’s first experiment with hydrogen energy lead him to retrofit of his VW van utilizing hydrogen on-demand with solar power. Over a period of eight years, experiments and research led Mr. Green into developing a fully sustainable zero emission power plant design that utilizes renewable energy sources.

Kilauea’s Dan Green stands next to his 1985 Volkswagen Westfalia, which has been modified with a solar-powered hydrogen-producing cell. Green estimates the van has gotten a 30 percent boost in fuel efficiency thanks to water power. Cynthia Krizo/The Garden Island Click Here          

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