Dan Nocera: Personalized Energy

father_abraham85 Sat, 01/02/2016 - 14:20
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MIT Professor Dan Nocera believes he can solve the world’s energy problems with an Olympic-sized pool of water. By identifying  a simple technique for powering the Earth inexpensively, Nocera and his research team are using the sun to split water and store energy - making the large-scale deployment of personalized solar energy possible.

Another interesting project by Nocera(*): http://video.mit.edu/watch/daniel-nocera-describes-new-process-for-stori...

* If anyone is inclined to "secure" the footage from the site please do, other sites that are linked to the video require permission or you get a 404. I don't have the mad skills to pay them bills.

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just entered myself, thought this might be the thread to post it on:

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and in my region during the highest energy (electricity) consumption month of August (assuming I'm leaving everything on) I would need a quart of water a day using that system. I would like to know where is the excess going?

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 it might go into the atmosphere as water vapor or helium gas. The other possibility is that water is being used as a hydrolysis reaction to break the chemical bonds. 

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sorry over posting.

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I don't think there is such a thing as over posting :o)

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