Hydrochan refuels Hydrogen at Hitzlifitzli’s Gas Station

A groundhog is introducing himself: My name is Hydrochan, I am a groundhog. Do you have hydrogen? Benny Hitzlifitzli replies: And I am Hitzlifitzli. Of course we have hydrogen. We just produced it with our roof top solar energy plant. Hydrochan: I do need two kilograms please! and so Hitzlifitzli says: Right in time! And by the way - have a happy Groundhog-Day - This incident was noticed by two chickens. One of them is really enthusiastic: Bly me - his car lost two kilograms just by moving around! But the other chicken replies: By refuelling the car it's weight will increase again due to hydrogen. This is similar to the yo-yo-effect.


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Description: A marmot is introducing himself: “My name is Hydrochan, I’m a groundhog. Do you have hydrogen?” Benny Hitzlifitzli replies: “And I am Hitzlifitzli, the fox. Of course we have hydrogen. We just produced it with our roof top solar energy plant.” Hydrochan is very happy: “I really need two kilograms please!” and Hitzlifitzli says: “Here you go! And by the way – have a happy Groundhog-Day” This incident was noticed by two chickens. One of them is really enthusiastic: “Did you hear this? It is amazing! – His car lost two kilograms just by moving around!” But the other chicken replies: “When you refuel the car with hydrogen it’s weight will increase again. This is also called to be a yo-yo-effect.”

This is the very first cartoon with Hitzlifitzli and Hydrochan. He is a new mascot and it is a groundhog. These animals also known as Muggen (Switzerland) or as Mankei – as we say in upper Bavaria and Austria – is designed for Mortimer Schulz solutions in energy e.U.. Mortimer Schulz also known as “Hydrochan” within social media and his long time publication via his website: Energytours
One of his successful trips on 4th January 2019 led him to Weichs. Finally we could talk to each other personally. And he unveiled me his wish to have his own mascot for his company. Mr. Heinz Nefzger publicated an article in our local newspaper, see the following (Sorry only in German language):

From Dachauer Nachrichten of Munich Merkur 5th January 2019
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