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Mike Strizki and his decade work with Hydrogen:

http://hydrogenhouseproject.org/

http://hcellenergy.com/


Seems like a smart way to transition off the grid until the ultimate solution is found, perfected and deployed.
   
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And The US government seems to be subsidizing this Tech ? [30% tax credit]

WOW !

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Chet
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And Hopewell NJ is a stones throw for a visit  O0
   
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Here in the UK ITM Power have launched the first hydrogen filling station for cars.  ITM Power have developed their own electrolysers and one of their big projects is to store hydrogen in the high pressure gas mains that exist in Europe and the UK.
http://www.itm-power.com/news-item/launch-of-m1-wind-hydrogen-refuelling-station
http://www.itm-power.com/sectors/power-to-gas-energy-storage
http://www.itm-power.com/

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Overall I'm not too thrilled Mike's solution is driven by solar and wind power, but (and I mean a big but) Mike has taken the battery problem out of the equation with his Hydrogen fuel cells.  What this translates to is storage capacity.  Just add another Hydride filled cylinder and you effectively double the energy you can collect on a good solar day.  Once you have matched your average collection and storage capability to your average energy usage, you have effectively completed your first "free energy" transformation.  If you get this far, then the next step is to accumulate enough extra to feed your transportation needs.  So it looks to me you need only two things to be successful:  resources to purchase the needed equipment and enough land to deploy it.  This won't eliminate your property taxes, food requirements, clothing needs, etc. , but is surely a step in the "being independent" direction.

By investing in this "ready now" technology, should the day come when we figure out a device to replace the solar/wind input, much of the leg-work will already be done.  By that I mean you have the Hydrogen stove/oven, furnace, electric car and home with Hydrogen fuel cell, inverters, etc. , implemented.  Plus you get a few bonuses, like using the exhaust from your furnace to process pure drinking water.  I cannot see any major flaws in adopting this technology immediately if you can scrape up the resources and place some equipment orders.  The proper name to apply to this "ready now" technology is transitional technology and I think it's coming whether the economics is ready for it or not.
   

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Overall I'm not too thrilled Mike's solution is driven by solar and wind power, but (and I mean a big but) Mike has taken the battery problem out of the equation with his Hydrogen fuel cells.  What this translates to is storage capacity.  Just add another Hydride filled cylinder and you effectively double the energy you can collect on a good solar day.  Once you have matched your average collection and storage capability to your average energy usage, you have effectively completed your first "free energy" transformation.  If you get this far, then the next step is to accumulate enough extra to feed your transportation needs.  So it looks to me you need only two things to be successful:  resources to purchase the needed equipment and enough land to deploy it.  This won't eliminate your property taxes, food requirements, clothing needs, etc. , but is surely a step in the "being independent" direction.

By investing in this "ready now" technology, should the day come when we figure out a device to replace the solar/wind input, much of the leg-work will already be done.  By that I mean you have the Hydrogen stove/oven, furnace, electric car and home with Hydrogen fuel cell, inverters, etc. , implemented.  Plus you get a few bonuses, like using the exhaust from your furnace to process pure drinking water.  I cannot see any major flaws in adopting this technology immediately if you can scrape up the resources and place some equipment orders.  The proper name to apply to this "ready now" technology is transitional technology and I think it's coming whether the economics is ready for it or not.

The guy worked hard and did a good job, he achieved his goals and I respect that. The human race needs more leaders like him  O0

The irony is that I could dump all the hho from a hhop gen 3 electrolysis cell to atmosphere and not give a shit!  ;D


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