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re: Nanoelectrodes boost electrolysis to cut hydrogen fuel cost
no fluff producer   4/5/2011 11:05:34 PM
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actually, we have been looking for a solution like this - that could produce Hydrogen from electrolsis - also looking a highlty efficient oxygen from electricity method -

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re: Nanoelectrodes boost electrolysis to cut hydrogen fuel cost
Crossbow   7/15/2008 12:00:43 PM
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Um, we seem to have overlooked a critical detail. "In addition, electrolysis creates no greenhouse gases, whereas making a pound of hydrogen from natural gas produces 4 pounds of greenhouse gases." Perhaps this should have read electrolysis creates no ADDITIONAL greenhouse gases. That electricity has to come from somewhere, and currently we get 50% of our power from coal, which certainly produces greenhouse gases. SOURCE: http://www.eia.doe.gov/cneaf/electricity/epm/tablees1a.html



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