Hydrogen in Every Home: Japanese Slash Energy Use and CO2 Emissions

Hydrogen in Every Home: Japanese Slash Energy Use and CO2 Emissions

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hydrogen-cogeneration-system.jpgTrials by companies including Panasonic and Toyota are underway at 3,000 homes throughout Japan, to bring mini hydrogen power plants into backyards that will provide heat and power while emitting a fraction of the carbon dioxide of normal energy sources by using a hydrogen fuel cell to convert natural gas into electricity. It’s called a fuel cell cogeneration system.

(Read about Panasonic’s debut in Physorg.com) 

(Read more in Ode Magazine)

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