6 edition of The Hydrogen Energy Economy found in the catalog.
February 28, 2005
by University Press of the Pacific
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|Number of Pages||104|
A transition to hydrogen as a major fuel in the next 50 years could fundamentally transform the U.S. energy system, creating opportunities to increase energy security through the use of a variety of domestic energy sources for hydrogen production while reducing environmental impacts, including atmospheric CO 2 emissions and criteria pollutants. 1 In his State of the Union address of January For all the renewable energy champions pointing to hydrogen as our best fuel for our future, an equal number of naysayers are more than willing to join in the debate. In a article on PhysOrg.
The hydrogen economy is a vision for a future in which hydrogen replaces fossil fuels. There are a variety of methods for generating, storing and delivering hydrogen . Can hydrogen and electricity supply all of the world's energy needs? Handbook of Hydrogen Energy thoroughly explores the notion of a hydrogen economy and addresses this question. The handbook considers hydrogen and electricity as a permanent energy system and provides factual information based on science.5/5(1).
Supplying hydrogen to industrial users is now a major business around the world. Demand for hydrogen, which has grown more than threefold since , continues to rise – almost entirely supplied from fossil fuels, with 6% of global natural gas and 2% of global coal going to hydrogen production. Buy a cheap copy of The Hydrogen Economy book by Jeremy Rifkin. The road to global security, writes Jeremy Rifkin, lies in lessening our dependence on Middle East oil and making sure that all people on Earth have access to the Free shipping over $Cited by:
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At about the time Rifkin's book was written, according to Michael A. Peavey in his book, Fuel from Water: Energy Independence with Hydrogen, it cost $ to create enough hydrogen fuel to equal the energy provided by one gallon of gasoline (at electricity costing $ per Kwh).Cited by: Hydrogen Economy: Supply Chain, Life Cycle Analysis and Energy Transition for Sustainability explores the challenges for the transition into a sustainable hydrogen economy.
In this book, experts from various academic backgrounds discuss the tools and methodologies for the analysis, planning, design and optimization of hydrogen supply chains. The Hydrogen Economy by Jeremy Rifkin pp, Polity, £ September As the nights drew in, the braziers glowed around the entrances to Britain's fuel depots, blockaded by hauliers and.
The title of this book is a little misleading since most of the book is about the effect that energy has had on the rise and fall of human societies from hunter-gatherers through agriculturists and the Roman Empire to the ascendency of the United States in the 19th century and into the current world economy/5.
Compendium of Hydrogen Energy Volume 4: Hydrogen Use, Safety and the Hydrogen Economy focuses on the uses of hydrogen. As many experts believe the hydrogen economy will, at some point, replace the fossil fuel economy as the primary source of the world’s energy, this book investigates the uses of this energy, from transport, to stationary and.
Compendium of Hydrogen Energy: Hydrogen Energy Conversion, Volume Three is the third part of a four volume series and focuses on the methods of converting stored hydrogen into useful other three volumes focus on hydrogen production and purification; hydrogen storage and transmission; and hydrogen use, safety, and the hydrogen economy, respectively.
Zero-emission hydrogen does not contribute to CO2-caused global warming. Abundant and renewable, it is unlikely to be subject to geopolitical pressures or scarcity concerns.
In this new edition of his pioneering book Tomorrow's Energy, Peter Hoffmann makes the case for hydrogen as the cornerstone of a new energy by: HydrOgEn & Our EnErgy FuturE. U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Hydrogen Program: Implementing the President’s Hydrogen Fuel Initiative.
Hydrogen - An Overview. Under the President’s Hydrogen Fuel Initiative, the DOE Hydrogen Program works in partnership with File Size: 2MB.
The International Journal of Hydrogen Energy aims to provide a central vehicle for the exchange and dissemination of new ideas, technology developments and research results in the field of Hydrogen Energy between scientists and engineers throughout the world.
The emphasis is placed on original research, both analytical and experimental, covering all aspects of Hydrogen Energy, including. Hydrogen is an energy carrier. Recently, the concept of "hydrogen economy" is considered as an economic system that uses renewable energy to.
The hydrogen economy is the use of hydrogen as a low carbon fuel, particularly for heat; but also for hydrogen vehicles, seasonal energy storage and long distance transport of energy.
The hydrogen economy is developing as a small part of the low-carbon economy. In order to phase out fossil fuels and limit global warming, hydrogen is starting to be used as its combustion only releases clean.
The Hydrogen Economy and Sustainable Development Interest in hydrogen as a way of delivering energy services has been growing in recent years in response to heightening concerns about the environmental impact of energy use and worries about the security of fossil-fuel supplies.
Hydrogen, as an energy carrier, can in principleFile Size: KB. Hydrogen could be a significant fuel of the future, with the potential to make a major contribution to the resolution of pressing social and environmental problems such as carbon emissions, energy security and local air pollution.
This book, based on four years of detailed research, subjects the pr. that much more energy is needed to operate a hydrogen economy than is consumed in today's energy economy. In fact, depending on the chosen route the input of electrical energy to make, package, transport, store and transfer hydrogen may easily double the hydrogen energy delivered to File Size: KB.
Chapter 1 The Role of Hydrogen Energy Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats Jingzheng Ren1, Suzhao Gao2, Hanwei Liang3, Shiyu Tan2 and Lichun Dong - Selection from Hydrogen Economy [Book]. In The Hydrogen Economy, best-selling author Jeremy Rifkin takes us on an eye-opening journey into the next great commercial era in history.
He envisions the dawn of a new economy powered by hydrogen that will fundamentally change the nature of our market, political and social institutions, just as coal and steam power did at the beginning of the industrial age. Rifkin's international bestseller The Hydrogen Economy presents the clearest, most comprehensive case for moving ourselves away from the destructive and waning years of the oil era toward a new kind of energy regime.
Hydrogen-one of the most abundant substances in the universe-holds the key, Rifkin argues, to a cleaner, safer, and more Pages: In a recent study, fuel cell expert Ulf Bossel explains that a hydrogen economy is a wasteful economy. The large amount of energy required to.
The U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Scientific and Technical Information The solar-hydrogen energy economy: Beyond the age of fire (Book) | skip to main content.
The US hydrogen industry produces nine million tons of hydrogen per year for use in chemical production, petroleum refining and electrical applications. Currently, many people advocate a hydrogen economy, which will use hydrogen as an energy carrier or fuel. It can be safely stored and transported.
With fossil fuels in limited supply, the ever-increasing consumption of this commodity causes problems ranging from global warming to dependence on outside oil sources. Hydrogen is a possible fix, and the technology to take advantage of it is already out there.
Find out the benefits of and hurdles facing a hydrogen economy.Hydrogen production technologies based on various primary energy resources—renewable energy resources, 7 carbonaceous fuel resources, and nuclear energy—would compete for market share in an envisioned hydrogen economy.
Each promises advantages, involves uncertainties, and raises currently unresolved issues.Hydrogen, as the fUel of the post-fossil-fUel era, was pre dicted more than a hundred years ago by that great forecaster of the future, Jules Verne, in his novel The Mysterious Island: Water decomposed into its primitive elements, and decom posed doubtless by electricity, which will then have become a powerful and manageable force.