Peter Hoffmann died last week. He was my husband of 50 years and the editor and publisher of the Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Letter continuously since 1986. You can read the obituary at the New York Times, and please do leave a note there if you'd like.
Peter and I have loved working, emailing, talking, learning from, and laughing with all of you in the hydrogen community for the last 30 years. To the end, Peter was confident that hydrogen and fuel cells will be a critical part of a cleaner energy future. While there have been lots of ups and downs over the years, Peter was very optimistic about the recent upswing in activity and interest.
But sadly it is now time for others to continue this important work. The Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Letter's last edition is the April, 2014 one. We will keep the website up and available to subscribers for the time being while we arrange for a transition. For refunds of any unfilled parts of subscriptions, please let me know where to send checks at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I know that Peter would want the Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Letter archive to continue to be available, or even to have the newsletter continued. If you have any ideas, suggestions, or proposals for a good home for the newsletter, please also send me an email.
Sarah B. Hoffmann,
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