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1 Intrapreneurship Donald Young BUS 508 August 25, 2016 Daniel Goldsmith, DBA
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2 INTRAPRENEURSHIP Intrapreneurship Innovating Hydrogen Fuel Cells and creating vehicles that at are powered by Hydrogen will create that hunger for consistent torque. Why are Hydrogen Fuel Cells the answer? They are free from Fossil Fuels as described by Hendrickson (2016). Fuel Cells can create consistent torque hence they will be able to pull a trailer up a hill. Why this is important as in the United States of America, a large vast of American citizens love to tow. With the ability to produce vehicles that has consistent torque is a huge return of investment as the selection of vehicles available by Tesla would increase while still maintaining Tesla’s mission statement of “Stainable transport” Tesla (para. 1). The return of investment would be huge if the capability to produce vehicles that can tow and produce consistent torque giving customers the options of environmental free vehicles that can compete with Internal Combustion (IC) engine vehicles today using no Fossil Fuels and zero-emissions. So, what is a Fossil Fuel? According to Hendrickson (2016), “Fossil fuels are mineral fuels formed from the fossilized remains of dead plants and animals, compressed and heated over hundreds of millions of years, and are found within the top layer of the Earth’s crust” (para. 1). So this leads into what hydrogen is. Isn’t hydrogen a fossil fuel as the main source is water? According to Franceschetti (2016), it is said that “hydrogen is the most abundant substance in the universe and is the principal constituent of stars such as the Sun. Because of its low molecular weight, gaseous hydrogen is not retained in the Earth’s atmosphere, and it must be produced by the decomposition of its chemical compounds. The principal source of hydrogen is water, from which the hydrogen must be extracted by chemical reaction or electrolysis” (para. 1). With the
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3 INTRAPRENEURSHIP seas risings, producing hydrogen may keep the seas at a consistent level as the oceans could be the main source for producing hydrogen. Now that it is understood what a Fossil Fuel is and what hydrogen is, let’s talk about how Tesla can create vehicles that have no Fossil Fuels and the main fuel source is hydrogen to accomplish consistent torque while producing zero-emissions. How does Tesla do this? It all starts with imaginative and creative people! To show the challenges Tesla will need to go
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