Al-Qaeda, Hezbollah, and other terrorist groups have kept Jim Starr busy for many years and funded his work. Since 1965, he has tracked down and killed anyone working on alternative energy and fuel research. First it was Sam Edwards, then John Gibson, Jack Atwell, and Nancy Johnson. Fast-forward to 2008. Chuck Springer is tired of high gas prices and pollution. He worries what the world will do when fossil fuels are gone. Using lottery winnings, he and seven others combine their expertise to create a hydrogen-powered hybrid with an ultimate fuel recovery system. After winning a Los Angeles to Washington D.C. Alternative Fuels Car race, their invention garners unprecedented media attention-and falls smack onto Jim Starr's radar. Knowing they, too, are now targets for terrorists doesn't stop Chuck and his team from intensifying their efforts. They pen deals with the major car manufacturers, form International Applied Hydrogen, and bring more engineers and projects into the company. As they begin to design and build hydrogen construction projects around the world, the team knows hydrogen energy is within their reach and will change the world. But in order to succeed, they must stay one step ahead of Jim Starr.