Why do we ignore hydrogen power?
“SAVING tomorrow” is a catchphrase that came out of COP17.
We should accept that yesterday is in the past. A new tomorrow should be created in the here and now. A tomorrow with a clean, crisp and invigorating atmosphere in partnership with clear sparkling streams feeding into healthy rivers and dams.
The health of all life will be secure and agriculture will resurrect to once again be the mainstay of our economy and exports. This will ensure a prosperous, enjoyable existence for our entire population with the best of nutrition, beverages, clothing, shelter and occupations.
The future will be secured and our nation will once again take its rightful place among the world’s leading innovators. This future is no pipe dream, but a natural result of turning our back on fossil fuels and switching to nature’s cleanest and most powerful fuel, hydrogen.
Hydrogen-employing technologies have been around for decades and the gas can be harvested and delivered for free, unlimited ocean water utilising wind, gravity and sunlight.
The table salt by-product can be sold to defray expenses and the oxygen by-product released to find its own way to where it can recombine with its hydrogen to generate steam.
This tailor-made steam will power all our power stations and besides turning the turbines to generate electricity, the exhausted vapour condenses into the freshest of water.
This process naturally can also power all our vehicles on land, water and in the air.