It is an honor and a privilege for me to highlight the
work of my brother, James Provenzano. As a leading expert in the field of Hydrogen and renewable energy, James is making
significant contributions for the planet.
James J. Provenzano is the president of Clean Air Now, one of the
oldest air quality advocacy organizations in the country, and is a leading expert in the field of hydrogen and renewable
energy. As manager of Xerox Corporation's environmental programs, he played a key role in developing and managing the early
hydrogen-fuel infrastructure in California, contributing to the U.S. Department of Defense study on the technological feasibility
of using renewable hydrogen to fuel vehicles. Provenzano graduated from Boston College and holds Master's and Candidate in Philosophy
degrees in biology from UCLA. He is a resident of Los Angeles.
James co-authored the book The Hydrogen Age with
Geoffrey B. Holland. Geoffrey is the EMMY-award winning producer
of Renewable Power: Earth's Clean Energy Destiny (1998).
The message of this book is hopeful. In a world fraught with economic imbalance and uncertainty, with political
instability rampant, with nature and the biosphere being pushed to the limit by human activity, clean, inexhaustible hydrogen
promises to level the energy playing field for all the world's people, clearing the air and opening pathways to a sustainable
future where the human family can and will choose to live in harmony within our planet’s ability to provide.
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