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Hydrogen technology and resources in the news.

This page commenced Feb. 3, 2010

2014

  • Featured: LENR / Hydrogen > Production > SHT >
    SHT responds to potential Gag Order issue - Konstanin Balakiryan, Solar Hydrogen Trends CEO and primary inventor writes: "In my opinion if we ally and work with the United States government and its armed forces, the safety of our personnel and our technology will be better protected. The possibility of a Gag Order is there regardless if we work with the military or not..." (PESN; December 6, 2014)
  • Letter to Editor about SHT - The Massachusetts Recorder published an editorial about Solar Hydrogen Trends' overunity hydrogen production technology. I'd encourage you to do the same with your local paper. (Free Energy Blog; September 12, 2014)
  • US Gov Suppresses Solar Hydride Free Energy System - Bob Lazar, former Area 51 Engineer has a proven method that could let everybody run their cars and home completely for free by using solar energy to create hydrogen that is then stored in a hydride material to safely store the hydrogen. (Free Energy Blog; January 4, 2014)

2013

2012

  • Featured: Waste to Energy > from Sewage > Urine >
    Urine-Powered Generator from Nigeria - Four teenage girls have invented and demonstrated at the fourth annual Maker Faire Africa a generator powered by urine. "What these kids are doing is taking urea electrolysis and making hydrogen and then using that hydrogen to make electricity", according to Gerardine Botte, a chemical engineer at Ohio University who invented the urea electrolysis process. (PESWiki; November 10, 2012)
  • Featured: Storage > Hydrogen >H Storage / Solar > Concentrated > Thermal > SHEC >
    NEST Lines up Grid-Parity Solar - The first success story of the New Energy Systems Trust (NEST) seems to have already commenced with us lining up a breakthrough grid-parity solar company with an order for 4500 one-megawatt systems in India. SHEC Labs is a likely vendor of the biomass-to-H technology, if not using their solar thermal storage breakthrough. (PESN; May 9, 2012)

2011

  • Solar / Ethanol / Hydrogen > Production >
    Hydrogen generated from sunlight and ethanol - An international team of scientists has announced success in creating hydrogen at ambient temperature and pressure using a combination of sunlight and ethanol. The method is potentially cheaper, produces higher yields and, because no high temperatures or pressures are required, uses less energy than conventional methods. (GizMag; May 30, 2011)
  • Featured: Events > COFE >
    4th International Conference on Future Energy (COFE) - Upcoming SPESIF conference at the University of Maryland on March 15-17, 2011 includes plenary session organized by Tom Valone. Topics include: emerging energy, field propulsion, fission & fusion, space tech, energy medicine, tidal, hydrogen, solar power, magnetic motor, zero-point energy, space power, astrosociology, space settlement topics. (PESWiki; February 6, 2011)

2010

  • Solar Hydrogen / Algae >
    OriginOil Achieves Hydrogen Production Comparable To Photovoltaics - OriginOil intends the Hydrogen Harvester to be deployed as an additional system output in algae production settings, approaching an efficiency of 12 percent when exposed to the sun. An advantage is that algae stores up energy during the day and will continue to generate hydrogen throughout the night. (Biofuel Daily; November 11, 2010)
  • Water > as Fuel > Hydrogen > Hydroxy >
    God give Hydrogen Convertes to all of mankind - On a TV program, It's Supernatural, a Christion visionary, Jason Westerfield, says: "Just as we had an industrial age, right now this generation will be known as the energy age... I saw some converters, that because of these [hydrogen] converters, every nation will be able to utilize and be self-sufficient in their own energy, and because of that, the world will not be dependent on oil, and we will see literally a global shift in power begin to take place." (Captain Willy; Oct. 31, 2008)
  • Hydrogen / Flight >
    Long-endurance, hydrogen-powered Phantom Eye UAV unveiled - Unveiled earlier this week in St. Louis, Boeing's Phantom Eye will set a new benchmark in long-endurance unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) technology when it takes to the skies in 2011. With a wing-span of 150-feet, the hydrogen-powered aircraft will cruise at 150 knots, carry up to 450-pounds and stay aloft at 65,000 feet for up to four days. (GizMag; July 13, 2010)
  • Solar > Solar Hydrogen / Photosynthesis Imitation >
    Breakthrough in using sunlight to split water - A team of MIT researchers has managed to mimic the photosynthetic process in plants by engineering M13, a simple and harmless virus, to help splitting water into its two atomic components - hydrogen and oxygen - using sunlight. The virus acts as the chlorophyl by capturing light, then transfers the energy down its length, acting like a wire. (GizMag; Apr. 16, 2010)
  • Solar > PV / Hydrogen > Solar Hydrogen >
    Jack Nicholson's 1978 Hydrogen Car - Step back in time to when solar panels were new and needed to be explained as part of a presentation on how the energy of sunlight could be used to generate electricity to electrolyze water to generate hydrogen which could run a car, using a metal catalyst to stabilize the storage of hydrogen. (GreenEnergyTV; 9/9/9)
  • Hydrogen > Storage >
    Hydrogen still in the eco-car race - Israeli scientists and entrepreneurs claim to have brought hydrogen energy a step closer by putting it in much smaller, lighter containers, packing hydrogen into glass filaments which will be only slightly thicker than a human hair. 11,000 such arrays will fuel a car for 400 kilometers (240 miles), take less than half the space and weight of tanks currently available (Associated Press; Apr. 18, 2010)
  • Solar Hydrogen / Hydrogen > Production / Storage >
    A Virus That Might Make Hydrogen - A team of scientists lead by material science professor Angela Belcher has genetically modified a virus that can exploit sunlight to split water into oxygen and hydrogen. If viable, the process could help solve the vexing problem of energy storage and the equally vexing problem of producing hydrogen in a reasonable and cost-effective way. (Green Tech Media; April 11, 2010)
  • Piezoelectric / Hydrogen > Hydrogen Production >
    Crystals + sound + water = clean hydrogen fuel - A new material raises the prospect of extracting hydrogen from water using noise pollution – from major roads, for example. A team at the University of Wisconsin-Madison made crystals of zinc oxide that, when immersed in water, absorb vibrations and develop areas of strong negative and positive charge that results in ripping apart nearby water molecules. (New Scientist; March 16, 2010) (Inhabitat)
  • Fuel Efficiency / Hydrogen / Health / Water >
    Fractal Field Implosion Science Technologies - Company is developing a number of products based on the technology, including fuel enhancment, golden ratio hydrogen technology, bio-cascade dielectrics, magnetic pain relief, and magnetic water treatment for increasing crop yields. "An inspiring new order of pure scientific principles, the fractal field operates and expresses itself through phase conjugation."
  • Hydrogen >
    East Coast Could Get A Hydrogen Highway - Using electrolysis technology from Proton Energy, a Connecticut company called SunHydro wants to deploy 11 solar-powered hydrogen fueling stations from Portland, Maine to the southern tip of Florida. The stations will be small, and will be able to fill just ten-to-fifteen cars per day. (Gas2; Jan. 28, 2010) [Comment: Flex-fuel capability is the best way to create demand for new while working within old.]
  • Hydrogen > Storage > R&D >
    Electric Field Induced Hydrogen Storage: A New Step Forward - Scientists from Virginia Commonwealth University, Peking University in Beijing and the Chinese Academy of Science in Shanghai made a discovery that could help other researchers build hydrogen containers that could make the gas compete with petrol-based fuels in terms of energy density and availability. (The Green Optimistic; Feb. 3, 2010)

2009

  • Fuel Efficiency > Hydroxy >
    HH2 hydrogen technology purports to turn any gas-guzzler into a hybrid - California-based HydroLectricPower claims its HH2 system ("not HHO") can turn just about any fossil-fuel-powered vehicle into an eco-friendly hybrid with the installation of a book-sized device that uses energy from the vehicle's 12-Volt battery to extract hydrogen and oxygen (separately) from distilled water, which are then blended with the existing fuel source to enhance fuel combustion inside the engine combustion chambers. (GizMag; Dec. 2, 2009)
  • Fuel Efficiency > Hydroxy >
    Hydrogen power or just hot air? - Bill Jenner, a lifetime auto mechanic from Australia, claims to have reduced his fuel consumption by up to 75% by an on-board electrolysis unit that he put together from plans downloaded online. The unit ducts hydroxy gas (hydrogen-oxygen mixture) into the air intake of his vehicle catalyzing a more efficient burn of the fuel. (EchoNews au; Nov. 19, 2009)
  • Featured: Solar / Storage >
    Magnesium Energy Cycle for fossil fuel replacement - Professor Yabe of Tokyo Tech is heading the development of a process that combines magnesium and water to produce high energy steam and hydrogen, which is burned to produce additional high energy steam to power an engine with no harmful emissions. The magnesium oxide by-product is reduced back to magnesium through a solar powered laser process to be reused. (PESWiki; Nov. 10, 2009)
  • Hydrogen / Superconductors >
    For Future Superconductors, A Little Bit Of Lithium May Do Hydrogen A Lot Of Good - Scientists have long believeed that metallic hydrogen may prove to be a high temperature superconductor, but have been unsuccessful in achieving that state. A team from Cornell and NY State University at Stony Brook have announced a theoretical study that predicts the metallization of hydrogen-rich mixtures at significantly lower pressures by adding small amounts of lithium to hydrogen. (Science Daily; October 8, 2009)
  • Storage >
    Recyclable Hydrogen Fuel Tanks - Researchers in several U.S. National Laboratories have developed a series of reactions for refueling the high-density hydrogen-storage material ammonia borane at lower temperatures through a process that consumes much less energy. (MIT Technology Review; September 8, 2009)
  • Magazines > Infinite Energy Magazine >
    Infinite Energy: Issue 88: Proposed New Structure for Hydrogen Atom - Model and Design for CMNS Experiments • Dirac’s Equation and the Sea of Negative Energy • The Music of the Spheres • Method and Apparatus for Direct Energy Conversion • Appearance of Copper on a Stainless Electrode • LENR in D.C. • Hydrogen Bond Energy in Tornadoes • The Rotation of Galaxies • Nuclear Alternative • Cold Fusion Colloquium Held at MIT; University of Missouri (July/August 2009 )
  • Contests: Hydrogen > Storage >
    DOE launches $1 million Hydrogen Storage Prize - After trying to cut research funding by hundreds of millions for hydrogen technology (most of which was restored by Congress), the Department of Energy has announced a $1 million prize for a hydrogen technology breakthrough. The contest seeks an entry that will improve current hydrogen storage issues, involving highly-pressurized tanks. (AutoBlog; August 26, 2009)
  • Solar Hydrogen >
    How a Solar-Hydrogen Economy Could Supply the World's Energy Needs - In an invited opinion piece to be published in the Proceedings of the IEEE, Professor Abbott at the University of Adelaide in Australia, argues that a solar-hydrogen economy is more sustainable and provides a vastly higher total power output potential than any other alternative and should be the final goal of current energy policy. (PhysOrg; Aug. 24, 2009)
  • Hydrogen >
    First Hydrogen Power Plant in Italy - The world’s first hydrogen power plant is being constructed by ENEL, which has 50,000,000 power and gas customers. The H is being procured from Polimeri Europa’s petrochemical plant, which has an ethylene-cracking process, and will be brought to the establishment by especially built pipelines, providing power to 20,000 households. (Alt. Energy News; Aug 21, 2009)
  • Alt Fuels >
    US Navy Tries To Turn Seawater Into Jet Fuel - Navy chemists have processed seawater into unsaturated short-chain hydrocarbons that with further refining could be made into kerosene-based jet fuel. The process involves extracting carbon dioxide dissolved in the water and combining it with hydrogen to make a hydrocarbon fuel. (New Scientist; Aug. 18, 2009)
  • Fuel Efficiency > Hydroxy > Ronn Motors >
    The Scorpion: Ronn Motor Company Hydrogen-Exotic - Here is the first production vehicle that will use the hydrogen boost technology in which an on-board electrolysis unit produces Brown’s gas which is then ducted into the air intake to effect a more efficient burn of the fuel, achieving 40 mpg in a muscle car. They call it the "H2GO hydrogen injection system". (Gas2; Aug. 18, 2009)

Memo: Need to scavange news from News:Archive:2009:July and back...

2007

  • Combined Hydrogen, Electricity and Heat Generation - Air Products and FuelCell Energy announced construction of an advanced hydrogen energy station, providing low-cost hydrogen, electric power and heat from one integrated unit. It will combine Direct FuelCell (DFC) power plants with advanced gas separation technologies using renewable fuel sources. (Renewable Energy Access; Mar. 20, 2007)
  • Biomass gasification technology obtains record hydrogen yield - ZSW has developed a CO2 absorption-enhanced water vapour gasification technology for the production of an energy rich gas from biomass and also for the production of biohydrogen, biomethane and synthetic liquid biofuels. Tests showed yields of up to 70% hydrogen, an unprecedented level. (Biopact; January 12, 2007)
  • The Truth About Hydrogen - Wild promises abound, but can the simplest element in the universe really power our homes, fuel our cars and reduce our contribution to global warming? PM crunches the numbers on the real hydrogen economy. (Popular Mechanics; Nov. 2006)

See also

HYDROGEN, GENERAL

HYDROGEN PRODUCTION AND STORAGE

HYDROGEN APPLICATIONS

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