Update on Cornish Hydrogen Generator
Posted by keelynet on October 20, 2009
And aluminum is currently very cheap.
“We are setting up self dependent villages in the Southern African region. As an eg, one village (normaly arround 500) grows maize, the next produces Bio diesel from this maize, the third has cattle etc..
Our bio diesel plant runs on the Indian technology, we de-sal water through a Grahamtech reverse osmosis process, produce electricity through a Hydrogen generator feeding a generator.”
This email initially caught my attention because he mentioned he was “producing electricity through a hydrogen generator feeding a generator”. I had never heard of anybody doing that before, so I emailed him back to try and get a clarification on what he was doing. His response was…
Bill – The H2 is produced on demand in an HSU, more info at “cornish hydrogen” under google etc. The resultant pollution is virtualy 0, therefore high carbon credits. – Prof F Cornish
I was still a little skeptical, so I sent him another email inquiry trying to nail down exactly what he was doing down there in South Africa. His last response was…
Bill – We run all on aired down Hydrogen, we built our units together with Aerovlot back in the 80’s & 90’s, and as per the figures picked up, the unit runns alone for > 24 hours on a spool costing Rsa 12-00 ($1.80), which runs our remote pumps, heating and lighting for 10-20 houses.” – Regards
Prof F Cornish / (Thanks to Frane for the headsup! – JWD) – Full Article Source
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