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Alternative Fuels  Hydrogen
Alternative Fuels  Hydrogen
Alternative Fuels  Hydrogen
Alternative Fuels  Hydrogen
Alternative Fuels  Hydrogen
Alternative Fuels  Hydrogen
Alternative Fuels  Hydrogen
Alternative Fuels  Hydrogen
Alternative Fuels  Hydrogen
Alternative Fuels  Hydrogen
Alternative Fuels  Hydrogen
Alternative Fuels  Hydrogen
Alternative Fuels  Hydrogen
Alternative Fuels  Hydrogen
Alternative Fuels  Hydrogen
Alternative Fuels  Hydrogen
Alternative Fuels  Hydrogen
Alternative Fuels  Hydrogen
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Alternative Fuels Hydrogen

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  • 1.  Colby Allen  Shaun Cowgell  Steven Williams
  • 2.  The purpose of a fuel cell is to produce an electrical current that can be directed outside the cell to do work, such as powering an electric motor or illuminating a light bulb or a city
  • 3.  Renewable energy source  Clean and pollution free  Reduces dependency on foreign oil  Cleaner than nuclear waste  More efficient than natural gas  Safer than natural gas, diesel, and gasoline
  • 4. CARBON DIOXIDE IS THE SECOND LARGEST CONTRIBUTOR TO GLOBAL WARMING
  • 5.  (Current used technology takes) More energy to make hydrogen than you get from it  Hydrogen powered cars will not be able to store has much fuel has a normal car  Needs heat close to 0c  Will not perform as well in colder environments
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  • 7. Discovered by Christian Friedrich Schönbein in  1838  Demostrated for the first time by Welsh scientist Sir William Robert Grove in 1839  British engineer Francis Thomas Bacon developed the first successful 5Kw stationary fuel cell  United Technologies Corporation's UTC Power subsidiary was the first company to manufacture and commercialize a large, stationary fuel cell system for use as a co-generation power plant in hospitals, universities and large office buildings.
  • 8. Christian Friedrich Schönbein  (18 October 1799 - 29 August 1868) 
  • 9.  Coal made up 83% of the CO2 Emissions from power generation  Of all the CO2 emissions for the United States power generation emissions was 38.9% of the total the United States produced in 2006  Using the hydrogen fuel cell for power generation will greatly reduce the amount of C02 produced in the United States, which is the second largest producer of CO2
  • 10. Feasibility of 1GW hydrogen-from-coal  plant to be studied.
  • 11. What will the future bring with the use of Hydrogen? 
  • 12. Virtual Power Plants using direct solar &  hydrogen fuel cells.  The use of the this technology held back by lack of wide use in Nano technologies.  This does not exist today, but when technology catches up with the idea, we will see hydrogen being used in fuel cells for heating, cooling and electrical.  Uses: Homes, small businesses, public facilities
  • 13. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydrogen_vehicle#Automobiles  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydrogen_fuel_cell  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oy8dzOB-  Ykg&feature=response_watch http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/ef0100606  http://www.getenergysmart.org/Files/HydrogenEducation/6HydrogenPro  ductionSteamMethaneReforming.pdf http://www.efcf.com/reports/E05.pdf  http://www.fair-pr.com/background/virtual-power-plants.php  http://travel.webshots.com/photo/2642902130046209414xUtpwd 

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