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Purdue's Hydrogen from Water; Iran biotech for purer uranium; 100 untapped Geothermal sites in U.S.; oil and Katrina

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    Free Energy News http://FreeEnergyNews.com/ (Go here for links to stories below, if you don t get this by HTML) Featuring: Fuel Cells / H from Water Purdue
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 31, 2005
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      Mahdi Abu-Omar Fuel Cells / H from Water > Purdue Announces Hydrogen from Water, Organic Material - Purdue researchers have developed a novel technique for producing hydrogen from water.  It requires only water, a catalyst based on the metal rhenium (REE-nee-um) and an organic liquid called an organosilane, which can be stored and transported easily. (PESN; Aug. 31)
      Today in Free Energy (tm)Open Source Energy Network Today in Free Energy™ > Thursday, September 1 (high) (mp3) (low) (7 min) - Purdue's Hydrogen from Water; Iran biotech for purer uranium; 100 untapped Geothermal sites in U.S.; oil and Katrina. (OSEN)
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      • Renewable Energy Access Geothermal
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        href="http://www.renewableenergyaccess.com/rea/news/story?id=35998">Untapped Geothermal Power Shows Potential
        - The Geothermal Energy Association's Geothermal Guide (pdf) shows almost 100 undeveloped geothermal power sites in 11 western states, with a generating capacity potential approaching 25 gigawatts -- enough to meet more than 70% of California's electricity needs. (Renewable Energy Access; Aug. 31)
      • PhysOrg.com Nuclear
        > Iran using biotechnology
        to extract purer uranium
        - Says bacteria makes the production of yellowcake 100 to 200 times cheaper. Yellowcake is a part of the early stages of the nuclear fuel cycle -- a process that Iran insists it only wants to master so it can generate electricity. (PhysOrg; Aug. 29)
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