I agree but more power to those who would experiment.
Matt Coston wrote:I imagine it would also be very inefficient.
I don't see much promise in hydrogen being a consumer option soon but you might consider a Bedini Wheel as a cloudy day alternative to photo-voltaic.
Satamax Antone wrote:solar panels wires, going directly in water may be with a switch, then the H² and O is directed directly to the burner?
wayne fajkus wrote:I have seen it done. It was elaborate. Big propane type tanks to store it. A pump was needed to pressurize it for storage. But, he had gas for life to run anything. Anytime the sun was shining, we was making and storing energy.
Not sure this is any more inefficient over battery storage. Its probably better. I would suspect it is less $$ to maintain over batteries just from the point of battery cost and replacement.
Joel Bercardin wrote:I supposes you've tried this, Satamax, but for those reading this thread who may not have... Here is a way to get audio-visual info about doing this sort of thing — both demonstrative basic experiments and full-on home-level systems. Go to Youtube, enter these terms: home hydrogen production