Hydrogen at Point of Use

A Canadian inventor/business man has come up with a reliable way to kick start the hydrogen economy. Most pundits against our hydrogen future claim safety concerns and large infastructure changes to covert our fuel sources to hydrogen. Plus we still need the electical energy to produce the hydrogen. Produce, store, transport, sell, store again and end use. An energy intensive process, and one that is quite shortened with a electrolysis hydrogen generator that small and cheap enough to be plced in the car. Using only distilled water electronics within the car breaks down the water into hydrogen and oxygen for use directly powering the car. The advantage being its safer since only enough hydrogen is produced for the time of use and it eliminates storage, transportation and infastructure.

See the full story in the Montreal Gazette

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