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Automated Forex Trading Robot!! - 0 views

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    Hi There*.* If you are a beginner at forex trading, you are probably searching for a free forex robot which can automate the process of currency trading. You have been told by the so called "forex experts" and forex robot review sites that you can make lot of money with automated forex robots or forex expert advisor. Now you want to know where can you find free forex robot online so that you can download it and start earning money. It is true that with the help of the right forex robot you can really earn big profits. However forex trading is a highly competitive and volatile market. The reality is that most of the free forex trading robots are likely to lose you money than earn profits. Why do I say that? Let me explain… more details >>
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California Energy Blog: The Plan for Fuel Cells - 0 views

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    The San Diego Union Tribune blogs about the new plan for Fuel Cell Cars & hydrogen fueling stations in California. The plan, which was released last month by the California Fuel Cell Partnership, anticipates by 2017 almost 50,000 fuel cell vehicles in California, supported by 36 fueling stations which are slated to cost $180 million. Check out the UT's blog post here, and follow it to the summary and the full report on the California Fuel Cell Partnership Web site.
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Hydrogen plan will fill in when wind turbines stop - Scotsman.com News - 0 views

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    A MAJOR criticism of wind farms is that they are intermittent. Wind does not blow consistently and, as a result they do not provide a continuous supply of power, but must be backed up by conventional fossil fuel plants. However, a renewables firm believes it has hit on a solution, and is hoping to use it in Scotland. A hydrogen plant would store energy from the wind farm, creating a reserve that could be dipped into on demand, so that even when the wind was not blowing, an electricity supply would be available.
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A Promising Catalyst for Solar-Based Hydrogen Energy Production - 0 views

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    Scientists have found that a polymer material is an excellent catalyst in a process to produce hydrogen fuel using sunlight and water. The material meets the basic requirements for an ideal catalyst -- including being abundant, easy to work with, and non-toxic -- and could help this "green" alternative-energy production method become mainstream. Creating hydrogen gas by splitting water (H2O) molecules with solar energy is a promising way of generating hydrogen fuel, which, by either being burned directly or used in fuel cells, can power many types of vehicles, including automobiles, buses, and even airplanes. The study's corresponding scientist is Xinchen Wang, a chemist affiliated with the Max-Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces in Potsdam, Germany, and Fouzhou University in Fouzhou, China.
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Photosynthesis and Solar Turn Water Into Hydrogen And Oxygen | The Solar Energy Source - 0 views

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    A MIT researcher has demonstrated a reaction which resembles the photosynthesis process that plants make each day which means that from now on solar power could be deployed at world scale. Using catalysts developed by the chemist, he showed a video where oxygen was generated from water, just like plants do it in photosynthesis. "I'm going to show you something I haven't showed anybody yet," said Daniel Nocera, the MIT chemist. After the lights were tuned off, he pointed to the video and asked - "Can you see that?" Then he explained - "Oxygen is pouring off of this electrode. This is the future. We've got the leaf." This means that the most difficult obstacle was overcame as from now on we efficiently produce hydrogen gas by splitting water thanks to his catalysts.
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Hartford Advocate: Cheap, Clean Power - 0 views

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    That's what you get from fuel cells, as long as they're subsidized by generous grants By the time Hartford's Blue Hills Avenue reaches Bloomfield, it has turned into an economic-development director's fevered dream, with a parade of major corporations lining both sides of the wide avenue.
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Hydrogen as Automotive Fuel - NYTimes.com - 0 views

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    ON a strip of Santa Monica Boulevard in Los Angeles, a futuristic experiment posing as an ordinary fuel station may be bringing the world one step closer to the hydrogen age. From the moment engineers started dreaming about hydrogen as an alternative to oil, they faced a nagging question: What should come first - the fuel-cell car or the hydrogen pump?
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Hydrogen Cars Go Cross-Country With Help From Fossil Fuels | Autopia from Wired.com - 0 views

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    Hydrogen cars get no respect. A lot of people consider them the stuff of science fiction, a technology as vaporous as the stuff that drives them. But despite some hurdles even Liu Xiang couldn't clear -- creating a fueling infrastructure comes to mind -- Uncle Sam and the big automakers love hydrogen cars and are driving across the country in a fleet of them to prove they work. Even if they're occasionally hauled on trucks.
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Fill up your car... at your home hydrogen fuel station | Mail Online - 0 views

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    A fuel station producing enough hydrogen to run householders' homes and cars has been unveiled today. The British invention, due to go on sale within two years, is roughly the size of a heating boiler and will cost under £2,000. Its creators say it will revolutionise commuting, help homeowners slash energy bills, and give easy access to a fuel that does not produce carbon dioxide emissions, helping to combat climate change.
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Looking at Hydrogen to Replace Gasoline in Our Cars: Scientific American - 0 views

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    The jury is still out on whether hydrogen will ultimately be our environmental savior, replacing the fossil fuels responsible for global warming and various nagging forms of pollution. Two main hurdles stand in the way of mass production and widespread consumer adoption of hydrogen "fuel cell" vehicles: the still high cost of producing fuel cells, and the lack of a hydrogen refueling network.
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Inside the Solar-Hydrogen House: No More Power Bills--Ever: Scientific American - 0 views

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    EAST AMWELL, N.J.-Mike Strizki has not paid an electric, oil or gas bill-nor has he spent a nickel to fill up his Mercury Sable-in nearly two years. Instead, the 51-year-old civil engineer makes all the fuel he needs using a system he built in the capacious garage of his home, which employs photovoltaic (PV) panels to turn sunlight into electricity that is harnessed in turn to extract hydrogen from tap water.
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Hydrogen Garage LLC - 0 views

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    Hydrogen Garage LLC is just what it says : "a garage operation". Garage to Garage. An online business selling parts to make home made hydrogen cells, parts, circuits, etc. for the home mechanic/technical /experimenter. We do NOT sell consumer products, only parts for the genius in you. A simple add onto your existing vehicle and or gas powered generator. Might as well sell something that helps clean our car's emission, save MPG and clean up your engine and create more horsepower and help stop Global Warming from too much carbon monoxide posioning. Way better product that some of the stuff that people can sell online today. The more the exposure of "on board electrolysis" the better.
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