Hydrogen

Australian idea for ammonia transmission of wind energy

https://mail.google.com/mail/?shva=1#inbox/1384c714ccc80b76  takes you to mail with file attached… ——– Original Message ——- I am wondering if you all might be interested in a proposal I am pushing in Australia that might also be relevant to other places with renewable energy resources in remote areas such as in North Africa, the Middle East, desert areas in Chin... »

Papers in Energy Policy from Mark Delucchi and Mark Jacobson, Stanford / California University USA – 100% renewable energy at reasonable prices and timescales

Mark Jacobson and Mark Delucchi recently published two papers in Energy Policy expanding upon our article on 100% wind, water, and solar power for the world, published in Scientific American in November 2009. I am attaching corrected in-press proofs of the articles. Mark and I continue to work on various aspects of this, so we welcome comments on these papers. (Please do not distribute them system... »

Various points concerning hydrogen transmission in existing gas grid. energy loss, embrittlement

1. Hydrogen will not embrittle existing natural gas pipelines. The stories one hears about hydrogen embttlement are caused by monoatomic hydrogen getting into steel from external corrosion or cathodic protection.Hydrogen at pressure does not cause these problems. .   2. The diffusion of hydrogen out of polyethylene distribution pipes will not be a problem. The R&D on the Hythane programme has ... »

IP&EE conference, NEC Birmingham, 8th – 10th June 2010, diesel generators, on independent power and energy – biomass, chp, gas engine, solar, ORC turbines, policy, feed in tarrifs,

For latest programme see: http://tx1.fcomet.com/~claverto/cms/nec-latest-list.html    IP&EE conference, NEC Birmingham, 8th – 10th June 2010, diesel generators, on independent power and energy – biomass, chp, gas engine, solar, ORC turbines, policy, feed in tarrifs,  See full conference flyer – http://tx1.fcomet.com/~claverto/cms/ieee-conference.html  Register for the conference Re... »

Independent Power & Energy Europe conference NEC, Birmingham, 8th – 10th June 2010

The Conference on Independent Power Generation will be held at the NEC Birmingham, 8th – 10th June 2010. IP&EE – Independent Power & Energy Europe – is the essential biannual event for the Independent European Energy Sector. The Show provides an ideal platform for players in the energy industry to showcase the latest cutting-edge technology and for those professionals to ... »

Summerleaze have decided to sell Green Hydrogen either as a going concern or the assets

Summerleaze have decided to sell Green Hydrogen (http://www.green-h2.com/), either as a going concern or the assets. Unlike many hydrogen businesses, it is actually producing and selling renewable hydrogen at the moment – 30 Nm3/hr of H2 and 15 Nm3/hr of O2, taking 200 kW (180 kW for the electrolysis and 20 kw parasitics) from our landfill-gas generation plant at the site (Waterbeach landfil... »

Hydrogen – the green currency of the future Mark Crowther GASTEC at CRE Lt

If there are images in this attachment, they will not be displayed. Download the original attachment By 2050 it is suggested there will be three possible green energy vectors, (excepting bio-mass, bio-oils and bio-gases). Low carbon hydrogen Low carbon electricity Low carbon hot water. This paper is about the first of these three: Low carbon hydrogen. Hydrogen – the green currency of the fut... »

Gasification gets The Guardian treatment

Comments are invited on the two gasification articles found on the The Guardian website today. They seem to have been written on the basis of a Press Release, without much background checking. I don’t want a bad word said about the author, Alok Jha, who is lovely, but I really think we need to unpack the underlying problems of the waste gases from the gasification processes described :- http... »

President Obama signed the 2010 Energy & water appropriations bill

Good news for fuel cells. On October 28, 2009, President Obama signed the 2010 Energy & Water appropriations bill which includes funding for the DoE Hydrogen Program and other offices at approximately 2009 levels for both stationary and transportation hydrogen technologies. A recent news brief in Worldwide Independent Power has a piece from Cummins, who make huge numbers of diesel engines, sta... »

Hydrogen – the green currency of the future

All governments have pledged to improve energy efficiency and reduce carbon emissions; this effectively means that the world must move to: Electricity from nuclear, renewable or decarbonised sources Hydrogen from renewable or decarbonised sources biomass derived methane gas or hydrocarbon liquids or heat as a by-product, or from biomass, solar or geothermal sources. Of these electricity and ... »

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