xparade0de: in Germany are a lot of houses with solar cells on the roof are getting
much less money per kw after a period of 20 years and for the new ones they
pay only 9-13 Cent/kw - if You buy You pay 30 Cent / kw - so a lot of
people soon are getting energy for free because the credits for the solar
modules are payed and they are thinking about using the energy for heating
Vincent Wang: FC for your home
Jack Stowe: Listen to the explanation, the system produces HHO from other fuel sources,
but why could you not just supply HHO produced by renewable means? I see
this fuel cell being used to generate electricity from HHO that is produced
from a renewable source.
hotpapayasalad: How its gonna lower your bills when your natural gas bill goes up the roof?
What's good is that? But still it use fossil fuel just like coal and what's
good is that?
thewandererone: Forgive my ignorance but what happens if fire broke out in a building where
this fuel cell is? Could that cause some kind of a hydrogen bomb like
johnlocke445: Forget it. It's just another carbon based way to burn natural gas. Get back
to me when pure hydrogen is used, without the carbon.
Doug Myers: MidTech Energy has really improved technology with hydrogen. Keep an eye on
that company and watch.
mitropoulosilias: HOW STUPID AMERICANS CAN GET???
NOTABLE TO PRODUCE ENERGY FROM THE NATURE
randacnam7321: Hydrogen fuel cells use hydrogen as a fuel, not water. Water is NOT a fuel.
randacnam7321: This is a real fuel cell. Hideously expensive and uneconomical, but a
genuine fuel cell it is. What you are describing (water in, electricity
out) is what is technically known as impossible horse manure.
randacnam7321: Wrong. Fuel cells combine hydrogen and oxygen, resulting in electricity,
water and heat. Water is split into hydrogen and oxygen in an electrolyzer,
which is an entirely different device. The latter process also needs
externally supplied energy, which is why no electrolyzer/fuel cell device
that is supplied with water and gives off water and electricity can ever
randacnam7321: No. In a (PEM in the following example) fuel cell, the hydrogen
disassociates into a proton and an electron with the aid of a catalyst. The
proton passes through the membrane, but the electron cannot and must go
through the circuit being supplied by the fuel cell. On the other side of
the membrane, the proton and electron recombine to form hydrogen, which are
then oxidized by atmospheric oxygen, yielding water and heat. Or in other
words, FUEL CELLS CANNOT RUN ON WATER.
MYVAN: Great and amazing technology. More of that
madisonelectronic: These will never sell until alternative ways are developed by power
companies to freak you out of every cent you have.
Computational Biochemistry: The way it is explained in the video people will still be dependent on the
grid. The design is reliant on a natural gas line which means that you're
still burning a carbon based fuel. It may be cheaper, but it's no better
for the environment.
PMeursault: yes but twice as efficient (or more) as burning it in a combustion engine,
but these devices are very expensive
Scotty Beeman: it still uses natural gas . freak thatt
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Golden Lion: GEI claims they will have a fuel cell system that will cost $9k. The FC
will run on methane, propane, or nature gas reforming the fuel into
hydrogen generating electricity.
Tom Batkin: This is a great advancement.It inspires me that a major hotel is generating
70% of the consumption it requires with this technology.Hydrogen cells are
moving forward .If we ca all support company's like clear edge power and
also Honda with the clarity. The world would be a better place
Golden Lion: I think Fuel Cell and natural gas reducing energy cost by half will be put
into use large scale marketed as "power and heat". The business must reduce
the cost of the system 10 fold too be wide spread. Decentralized energy
production makes sense long term, as electricity demand will continue to
PMeursault: @people saying this is free energy: no it's not, it still requires fuel
(hence the name) and fuel isn't free @people saying this is no good because
it uses fuel: fuel cells are easily twice as efficient as burning the fuel
in a regular generator, so far more electricity is obtained per unit of
fuel, not to mention they run silent and have no moving parts They still
have issues such as the huge price
randacnam7321: Accusing me of being dead (and if this is true, then HOW am I
responding???) does not change the fact that what you are describing is 1)
not a fuel cell, and 2) physically impossible (those damn laws of
thermodynamics again) just like every other overunity/free energy scam in
human history. To wit: fuel cells CANNOT run on water. Learn some basic
physics and chemistry and you will see why.
Golden Lion: Why $56k
randacnam7321: Wrong. A fuel cell takes in fuel (usually hydrogen) and oxygen and gives
off (in the case of hydrogen) water, electricity and heat. A fuel cell
CANNOT run on water because water is already chemically oxidized. Turning
it into the hydrogen and oxygen that a fuel cell can use requires energy,
and this energy is much more than is recovered from the fuel cell.
Neojhun: Reverse the chemical Process it will make Fuel. If you understood chemistry
you know fuel cells are a two way system. Capture CO2 + Water (H2O) + Heat
+ Electricty = Methane (CH4) + 2 O2 (2x Oxygen Molecule). Die Oil
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davidkllr1629: My next home will be off grid. I hate paying over $120 a year just to be
connected to power. I figure a small fuel cell to keep batteries charged
during extended days without sun would be the perfect solution. There is
much I can live without during a series of cloudy days, but I want the
fridge working all the time!