Or... have a contest. Maybe someone will design long narrow suspension bridges and you can turn on some fans and have a Tacoma Narrows incident right in the office.
Whatever you do for trays or supports, where the cables are visible from below, go with specific colors to match the decor. I still can't figure out why with all the colors available for little-to-no extra cost, people go for... gray.
Any chance of running them underneath the floor surface? Route channels in the floor, cover it with carpet?
By far the cheapest sources of H2 today are fossil fuels. Big gas/oil don't mind fuel cells because it still means sales of their product. But mostly they don't mind because it's a distraction from real alternative fuels. The real threats are renewables, and little of the energy from them will go into producing H2 in the foreseeable future, because those processes are currently so inefficient. Energy from renewables will be stored as biodiesel, butanol, or other liquid fuel for which there's an existing distribution system and existing vehicles that can use them or distributed as electricity. Battery electric vehicles are somewhat of a threat because the efficiency, even after converting the fossil fuel energy into electricity, distributing it, storing it in batteries, and converting it back into motion is much more efficient than refining it, distributing it, and burning it in a mobile ICE. Fuel cell cars with onboard reformers might be a real alternative, as there's already a distribution system for natural gas, and storing CNG isn't so bad. Storing LNG is even better, but a system for distributing and dispensing it en masse doesn't exist, whereas LNG only needs a dispensing system.
So... don't be distracted. Room temperature liquid fuels and electric battery storage are in the near future, but not much hydrogen.
Just try to keep the exponent to a single digit.
Write it down. Just keep a list of what you do, what questions you have, info/advice you can offer others, then email it or speak it when the time is right. It's hard to remember things that don't seem very important, so log them and let the machine remember them for you.