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  • An interesting and large project for a faster development of hydrogen.


    Feel free to discuss!

    What breakthrough does our field need to make it easier to secure funding?





    Article

    https://www.power-technology.c…er-year-hydrogen-economy/


    Hopepage

    https://www.innoenergy.com/

  • Thanks David Nygren , I hope Alan Smith can insert The NetZeroChem project in this big frame.


    According to some, dissociation of H and O from water and using this mixture directly as fuel can be done with a COP>1 (up to 6 is the highest and adequately enough supported claim I know of, if one allows oneself to entertain such possibility in the first place).


    I personally think this is also a form of LENR (in the broad sense that anything that can be used to obtain energy from matter beyond its chemical energy content has to be tapping some sort of nuclear potential).


    Some have even achieved COP>1 (average of 4) without even dissociating water but just passing an electric arc through a mist of water obtaining a strong explosion.

    Matters that are thought to be impossible are rarely researched seriously, yet these results are published out there for anyone who May be curious about.

    I certainly Hope to see LENR helping humans to blossom, and I'm here to help it happen.


  • According to some, dissociation of H and O from water and using this mixture directly as fuel can be done with a COP>1 (up to 6 is the highest and adequately enough supported claim I know of, if one allows oneself to entertain such possibility in the first place).

    who are 'some' and what is 'this formula' please

  • According to some, dissociation of H and O from water and using this mixture directly as fuel can be done with a COP>1

    That would help lower the cost :):


    "Hydrogen is also projected to meet a quarter of the world’s energy needs by 2050, providing the industry is supported with $11tn spending on infrastructure and a $150bn subsidy kick-start, according to research organisation BloombergNEF."