The Hydrogen News # 5
- The Hydrogen News #5
This week I am including some interesting links that I have discovered which aren't directly from the newsfeed. I am doing this because I want to make the publication as interesting and informative as possible. I am also going to start writing up a short commentary on the content of some of the story links that I post.
(1) Hydrogen-Amped Eco-House Built in Malaysia
Freedom from Utilities anyone? This is a good example of what is possible NOW with H2 energy. All they need is a hydrogen car to be fueled at home.
(2) Proton to show new hydrogen system
(3) National Lab Tackles Hydrogen Storage
(4) Cabei to finance $200,000 ICE hydrogen study
(5) Hydrogen Movie hits the Silver Screen
(6) BMW Promotes Hydrogen Energy in China
(7) MCELs Plug n Play Approach to Hydrogen Offers a Significant Step Towards affordable Hydrogen and a Viable Storage Technology
(8) History of H2 Fuel
(9) Some interesting papers on hydrogen and fusion (must be translated from Japanese)
(10) Fuel cells face challenge on way to mainstream
(11) New fuel cell magazine
(12) Stationary Fuel Cell Generation Has Great Potential
(13) Energy experts urge U.S. chemical industry to transform energy crisis into company profits
(14) Homes of future may generate own electricity
Now there's a concept that works!
(15) Full Steam Ahead for Diesel Fuel Cells
(16) The Farnsworth Fusor
Most people think of hydrogen as a fuel for IC engines or Fuel Cells, but I think the real future of hydrogen fuel will only be realized when the secrets of fusion are
learned (hot and cold).
(17) World's hydrogen fuel stations up by 33 pct to 87
(18) Professor Steven Paul has a day job at Princeton, exploring the possibilities of hydrogen fusion for revolutionizing energy in the future.
(19) Bose-Einstein Condensate in Hydrogen
(20) Hydrogen fuel cells hold great potential for the future.
(21) HyRadix Hydrogen Generator Operational at SunLine Transit
(22) The Secret Nature of Hydrogen Bonds
(23) Low Voltage Electrolysis
Here are 2 links to .pdf papers on 2 different ways to produce hydrogen by electrolysis at less than the 1.23 volts required by pure water
(1) Making Hydrogen From Methanol
(2) Intensification of Water Electrolysis in a Centrifugal Field