Is Elon Musk Right Or Wrong To Dismiss Hydrogen Use For Low-Carbon Energy Storage? by Chop_Chop in Hydrogen

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Who gives a damn about what some controlled opposition dingbat thinks about competing technologies?

That dingbat is the world's greatest hydrogen basher and happens to influence a huge number of people. Where the hell is the hydrogen industry to push back?

Berkeley Marine Hydrogen Project is the beginning of the conversion at the Marina to supply hydrogen to boaters and conversion of boats to hydrogen propulsion. by Chop_Chop in Hydrogen

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Thanks - it's a different article. There's almost no one here, and the 2 or 3 readers probably forgot that anyway. It was a month ago.

'Cheaper green hydrogen' | US start-up's novel low-cost electrolyser promises 30% more bang per buck. The founder of Wisconsin-based Advanced Ionics — which emerges from stealth mode today — explains that the Symbiotic electrolyser requires 35kWh of electricity to produce one kilogram of hydrogen by Chop_Chop in Hydrogen

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Isn’t hydrogen dangerous because any leak means a massive explosion?

If H2 leaks inside a building it's a big problem, which can be solved with detectors and automatic venting. If it leaks outside, it's so light it rises into the atmosphere, unlike propane which sinks and collects. Here's a hydrogen leak and ignition test

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OA8dNFiVaF0

Sometimes accidents happen of course, and so safety is really important. Only trained techs should be involved.

transporting it through a pipe is not feasible?

There are hundreds of miles of hydrogen pipelines in the US, most connecting Gulf Coast refineries. You can read more at https://www.airproducts.com

There’s some kind of storage issue?

Storage of H2 today is compressed or liquid, neither of which is easy but doable and every day engineers are working on it - from China to Germany. Ammonia (NH3) may be a good way. Whatever the issue is an answer will be found.

'Project Napkin': Rolls-Royce and Heathrow partner to supply hydrogen to airports by Chop_Chop in Hydrogen

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Any Advice/Resources for Saiditors interested in investing in Hydrogen? by HongKongPhooey in Hydrogen

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Hi, I'm not a very good stock picker and would hate to lead anyone into a bad investment. Try searching this hashtag on twitter #HydrogenStocks2022 - some smart people there with some great leads. If you find something that looks good please feel free to post here.

This is clearly an industry with growth potential that also moves capital to companies that are doing something for the public good.

Exactly, here's B of A in late 2020:

The Bank of America forecasts that the hydrogen industry is at a tipping point headed to $11 trillion. https://www.hydrogenfuelnews.com/h2-production/8541885/

Hydrogen is the Next Big Thing- this kind of energy revolution doesn't happen very often - and it will change everything!

Solar energy can now be stored for up to 18 years, say scientists by Chop_Chop in Solar

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Lets ban him

Done!

Forbes India - How Cummins, A Century Old Maker Of Dirty Diesels, Is Now Leading The Hydrogen Charge. A Tesla is fine for the morning commute, but to power the huge trains, trucks and ships that move the global economy, hydrogen is the ticket by Chop_Chop in Hydrogen

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And when H2 is available at train stations, truck stops and ports, who is going to want to drive a car that takes ~30-45 minutes to refuel.

Solar energy can now be stored for up to 18 years, say scientists by Chop_Chop in Solar

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After looking over your post history, such as it is, and realizing you're all about nothing but insults, toxic posters like you aren't welcome here. I really don't care a bit what you think about anything.

Solar energy can now be stored for up to 18 years, say scientists by Chop_Chop in Solar

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Horse shit.

Thanks so much for your valuable contribution to the thread.