Here is an idea that no one has thought of. The Hydrogen Fuel Cell Bottled Water Company Creating bottled water from Hydrogen Fuel Cell Engines. The engine itself would be set up in protected area where it would operate continually 24 hours, 365 days a year, except during maintenance. Since the by-product emission is water the water could be collected, filtered and then bottled up an consumed like another other bottled water. There are 128 ounces in a gallon of water. A single Hydrogen Fuel Cell Engine makes 20,716 gallons of water a year. That equals 2,651,648 fluid ounce of water divided by a 20 ounce bottle equals 132,582.4 20 ounce bottles of water that could be sold for $2.50 generating a revenue of $331,456 dollars a year from a single Hydrogen Fuel Cell Engine. The added advantage is that the engine would provide electrical power while it was operating as it would be connected to a generator. Genius level...nah that is too easy. SHULOTZOBLING!