Fwd: More problems with hydrogen
sandor at cs.uu.nl
Mon Dec 1 06:52:44 PST 2003
Eugen Leitl wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 01, 2003 at 01:33:51PM +0000, Russell Turpin wrote:
>>Propane is a pretty nice fuel. Being a liquid, it
>>is easily shipped, without any refridgeration.
>>There is already a distribution system in place.
>>It has about the same BTU per pound as gasoline.
>>It burns cleanly and without any odor. There are a
> To be clear, I think burning fuel to generate power
> is an anachronism.
What about power generation by burning hydrogen obtained through
"splitting" water by electrolyse - think solar/wind energy?
Exactly why is that an anachronism? Hydrogen as a means to "store"
power seems like a great idea!
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