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Shafer Powell Mary Faith Ryan
Fuel processor or reformers split the hydrogen and carbon relatively more easily and then use the hydrogen.
Easy to split hydrogen and oxygen molecules apart using electricity(the biggest tech hurtle). Is the core of the REAL hydrogen economy. Energy can be stored.
Demand for fossil fuels. Most people don’t live near the extraction sites. Fossil Fuel emissions severely degrade air quality, and the carbon worsens the greenhouse effect, affecting the world’s climates. Third world economies are especially susceptible to fuel economies.
The use of hydrogen greatly reduces pollution
Hydrogen can be produced locally from numerous sources.
If hydrogen is produced from water we have a sustainable production system.
Currently Existing in U.S. : 36 Fueling Stations Global: 48% natural gas 30% oil, 18% coal, 4% water
Natural Gas on a small scale Nuclear Solar Wind Biomass Coal