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HydroInfra Technologies creates Hydro Nano Gas that makes any fossil fuel climate neutral
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Relevance: Directory:Pollution / Directory:Vortex Technologies

Graeme Croft sent me this email:

: Sent: Friday, November 15, 2013 7:27 AM

: Subject: HydroInfra Technologies creates Hydro Nano Gas that makes any fossil fuel climate neutral

: Hello

: You may already be aware of Hydro Nano Gas (HNG) technology and what it can do to eliminate air pollution from power plants, shipping and other industries.

: Did you know that HNG is also being used to clean up the seas.

: Your readers need to know about this and the joint venture projects HIT is creating around the world with industry and governments.

: Please see the latest project news on the HIT web site for more info.

: http://www.hydroinfra.com/en/news/

: Thank you.

Their website gives this description at http://www.hydroinfra.com/en/solutions/how-hng-works/

: How HNG works

: HNG acts like a vortex on fossil fuel emissions causing the flame to be pulled into the center thus concentrating the heat and combustion properties.

: HNG is stored in canisters, arrayed around the emission outlet channels. HNG is injected into the outlets to safely & effectively clean up the burning of fossil fuels.

: The pollution emissions are neutralized instantly & safely with no residual toxic cocktail or chemicals to manage after the HNG burning process is initiated.

: See diagrams [at the right].

: Download How HNG works (pdf)

-- SilverThunder 22:59, 15 November 2013 (UTC)

Hydrogen Fuel from Sunlight? Low-Cost, Long-Lasting Water Splitter Made of Silicon and Nickel
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http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/11/131114142125.htm

Here's an excerpt:

: Stanford University scientists have created a silicon-based water splitter that is both low-cost and corrosion-free. The novel device -- a silicon semiconductor coated in an ultrathin layer of nickel -- could help pave the way for large-scale production of clean hydrogen fuel from sunlight, according to the scientists.

: Their results are published in the Nov. 15 issue of the journal Science.

: "Solar cells only work when the sun is shining," said study co-author Hongjie Dai, a professor of chemistry at Stanford. "When there's no sunlight, utilities often have to rely on electricity from conventional power plants that run on coal or natural gas."

: A greener solution, Dai explained, is to supplement the solar cells with hydrogen-powered fuel cells that generate electricity at night or when demand is especially high.

: To produce clean hydrogen for fuel cells, scientists have turned to an emerging technology called water splitting. Two semiconducting electrodes are connected and placed in water. The electrodes absorb light and use the energy to split the water into its basic components, oxygen and hydrogen. The oxygen is released into the atmosphere, and the hydrogen is stored as fuel.

: When energy is needed, the process is reversed. The stored hydrogen and atmospheric oxygen are combined in a fuel cell to generate electricity and pure water.

: The entire process is sustainable and emits no greenhouse gases. But finding a cheap way to split water has been a major challenge. Today, researchers continue searching for inexpensive materials that can be used to build water splitters efficient enough to be of practical use.

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-- SilverThunder 22:35, 15 November 2013 (UTC)

Why I'm Destined to Become the Richest Man in the World -- for Good

Posted this in our news aroung 11 pm Mountain last night. I realize that this will be a stretch for most of you. Deep stuff.

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-- SilverThunder 22:24, 15 November 2013 (UTC)

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