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    Quote Originally Posted by UNK View Post
    What do you think the future of vehicle propulsion will be?
    ICEs using synthetic gasoline or other combustible fuel.

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    Tiny Nuclear Reactors Yield a Huge Amount of Clean Hydrogen
    They're another welcome weapon in the fight against fossil fuels.
    https://www.popularmechanics.com/sci...lean-hydrogen/

    Solar-to-Hydrogen Tech Sees “Remarkable” Efficiency Jump
    Researchers in Japan reported a 100-fold improvement in their solar energy conversion method
    https://spectrum.ieee.org/amp/solar-...ump-2652903672

    World’s largest green hydrogen project unveiled in Texas, with plan to produce clean rocket fuel for Elon Musk

    The 60GW Hydrogen City project, announced by local start-up Green Hydrogen International, will be powered by wind and solar, with an on-site salt cavern for H2 storage
    https://www.rechargenews.com/energy-...#39;s%20SpaceX.
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    I always thought hydrogen was hyper explosive. Turns out thats not exactly correct.


    Hydrogen is no more or less dangerous than other flammable fuels, includ*ing gasoline and natural gas. In fact, some of hydrogen’s differences actually provide safety benefits compared to gasoline or other fuels.



    https://www1.eere.energy.gov/hydroge...ety_fsheet.pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by UNK View Post
    Tiny Nuclear Reactors Yield a Huge Amount of Clean Hydrogen
    They're another welcome weapon in the fight against fossil fuels.
    https://www.popularmechanics.com/sci...lean-hydrogen/
    While not a revolutionary level of efficiency, it's good progress.
    NuScale says these numbers mean that correctly deployed nuclear modules could compete with existing solutions like solar hydrogen plants
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    Solar-to-Hydrogen Tech Sees “Remarkable” Efficiency Jump
    Researchers in Japan reported a 100-fold improvement in their solar energy conversion method
    https://spectrum.ieee.org/amp/solar-...ump-2652903672
    Here, too, another step forward, but, an expensive one using palladium as a co-catalyst.

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    World’s largest green hydrogen project unveiled in Texas, with plan to produce clean rocket fuel for Elon Musk

    The 60GW Hydrogen City project, announced by local start-up Green Hydrogen International, will be powered by wind and solar, with an on-site salt cavern for H2 storage
    https://www.rechargenews.com/energy-...#39;s%20SpaceX.
    Real progress in this.... Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoyGBiv View Post
    While not a revolutionary level of efficiency, it's good progress.

    Here, too, another step forward, but, an expensive one using palladium as a co-catalyst.

    Real progress in this.... Thanks!
    Theres progress being made in all kinds of areas. Once you start reading about it it seems one discovery leads to another interesting subject.

    Heres another article you might like.

    Working at higher temperatures offers an additional benefit," says Vøllestad. “You don’t have to use noble metals."

    https://www.maritime-executive.com/f...-hydrogen-fuel
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    Quote Originally Posted by UNK View Post
    What do you think the future of vehicle propulsion will be?
    Mr. Fusion Home Energy Reactor.

    88 mph is the goal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UNK View Post
    Theres progress being made in all kinds of areas. Once you start reading about it it seems one discovery leads to another interesting subject.

    Heres another article you might like.

    Working at higher temperatures offers an additional benefit," says Vøllestad. “You don’t have to use noble metals."

    https://www.maritime-executive.com/f...-hydrogen-fuel
    Absolutely.

    Even back in the 80's, and even as a non-lover of nuclear power, it seemed a perfect match to use reactor waste heat, plus the electricity generated onsite and store all of that energy as Hydrogen. Simple to say, less simple to do, I suppose. Since we've still not done it yet, >35 years later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoyGBiv View Post
    Absolutely.

    Even back in the 80's, and even as a non-lover of nuclear power, it seemed a perfect match to use reactor waste heat, plus the electricity generated onsite and store all of that energy as Hydrogen. Simple to say, less simple to do, I suppose. Since we've still not done it yet, >35 years later.
    My cynical side says bought and paid for politicians are going to do whats best for their big dollar donors not the American people.
    And that leads me to why the f*** are they pushing batteries.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoyGBiv View Post
    Absolutely.

    Even back in the 80's, and even as a non-lover of nuclear power, it seemed a perfect match to use reactor waste heat, plus the electricity generated onsite and store all of that energy as Hydrogen. Simple to say, less simple to do, I suppose. Since we've still not done it yet, >35 years later.

    I think it is the whole storage of hydrogen using an illegal substance (nuclear weapon part), thing that makes it problematic.

  10. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by beenalongtime View Post
    I think it is the whole storage of hydrogen using an illegal substance (nuclear weapon part), thing that makes it problematic.
    Im not sure what you mean by illegal what about this?

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Molt...ver%20operated.
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