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TOPIC: Solar-hydrogen_energy
Created by: Robert_Hil
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h ttp://w ww.gizmag.co m/solar-nanocrystal/23851/

So you say that solar energy alone isn't enough for cloudy days? How about if it can produce hygorgen to be used on the off days?

Germany already has a solar power plant producing as much electricity as 20 nuke plants. If you have ever been to Germany, you know that their weather is partly cloudy to Mordor volcanic ash cloudy.

Soon we shalt have the solar powered car. I can't wait for the photovoltaic crystals large enough to be used in Nuke and geothermal power plants.

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The problem is storing the hydrogen. Very difficult to compress or liquify. Home systems have been constructed, but cost $500,000 and require 5 tractor-trailer sized tanks.

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You made an error in reading it. It probably should have read "Germany's solar power plants"

It's the aggregate amount of their solar power output, not one plant.

"Germany solar power plants generated a record"

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VA:

It is in the first two paragraphs.

h ttp://ww w.aaj.tv/2012/07/solar-energy-replaces-nuclear-energy-in-germany/

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While I'm all for energy solutions, I am floored that Scientific American would publish something like that last one (that's where it was borrowed from). The huge solar panels and sunlight generate the power, not the water.

"converts water and carbon dioxide into hydrogen and oxygen"

This is a physical impossibility. Anyone with even high school chemistry knows this.

"Germany already has a solar power plant producing as much electricity as 20 nuke plants."

I am quite certain this is not true.

Solar power has some potential in some places, but it is a very long way from being feasible in much of the world.

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Another aricticl on the subject of solar/hydrogen energy. It seems promising and the people where who hate being dependent on others should love this.

ht tp://m.phys.or g/_news187031401.ht ml

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h ttp://w ww.gizmag.co m/solar-nanocrystal/23851/

So you say that solar energy alone isn't enough for cloudy days? How about if it can produce hygorgen to be used on the off days?

Germany already has a solar power plant producing as much electricity as 20 nuke plants. If you have ever been to Germany, you know that their weather is partly cloudy to Mordor volcanic ash cloudy.

Soon we shalt have the solar powered car. I can't wait for the photovoltaic crystals large enough to be used in Nuke and geothermal power plants.

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