Thermal Hydrogen Industries, Inc.

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Peer reviewed in the International Journal of Hydrogen Energy:  Thermal Hydrogen: An Emissions Free, Hydrocarbon Economy

Peer reviewed and Published in Clean Energy: Hourly Modelling of Thermal Hydrogen Electricity Markets

Featured articles in IMPAKTER the American Coal Magazine and presentation to the National Coal Council

Table of Contents

Executive Summary:  

This video provides a summary of the video series.  The premise of Thermal Hydrogen is that the energy suppliers (renewables, nuclear, and fossils) can work together to enable a system that is more efficient than the suppliers separately.  Together, the energy suppliers can be emissions free, can avoid "Carbon Capture", and can avoid hydrogen compression.  The major source of heat loss in the system is friction and then heat engines (when renewables are short).

Highlights:

  • The work required for carbon capture (gas separation) is explained.
  • Methods by which carbon capture and hydrogen distribution can be avoided are explained.
  • A preview of each video is provided as a means to explain the distribution plan.
  • A model for implementation is briefly explained as well as progress made so far on a patent.