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ELECTRIC AIRPLANES, FUEL CELLS AND BEYOND with James Dunn

ELECTRIC AIRPLANES, FUEL CELLS AND BEYOND with James Dunn

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ELECTRIC AIRPLANES, FUEL CELLS AND BEYOND with James Dunn. James Dunn, CEO of the NASA Center for Technological Commercialization (www.ctc.org) prides himself in being able to find funding for energy inventors, even on a large scale. Jim recently participated in helping with the Tour de Sol car race and many other projects, including hydrogen fuel cell developments. Jim is also the first person to run a plane using a fuel cell. James Dunn, who is Chief Technology Officer for the Center for Technological Commercialization, gave two presentations. The first was an overview of all aspects of hydrogen, its advantages and disadvantages. He has tracked the fuel cell industry very closely, and has installed a fuel cell in an airplane himself. However, his assessment of the feasibility of fuel cells is not favorable for the near term. It is still far too expensive to be practical. Honda's FCX concept fuel-cell vehicle, for example, has a sticker price of Yen $100 Million (US $859,000)
ELECTRIC AIRPLANES, FUEL CELLS AND BEYOND with James Dunn. James Dunn, CEO of the NASA Center for Technological Commercialization (www.ctc.org) prides himself in being able to find funding for energy inventors, even on a large scale. Jim recently participated in helping with the Tour de Sol car race and many other projects, including hydrogen fuel cell developments. Jim is also the first person to run a plane using a fuel cell. James Dunn, who is Chief Technology Officer for the Center for Technological Commercialization, gave two presentations. The first was an overview of all aspects of hydrogen, its advantages and disadvantages. He has tracked the fuel cell industry very closely, and has installed a fuel cell in an airplane himself. However, his assessment of the feasibility of fuel cells is not favorable for the near term. It is still far too expensive to be practical. Honda's FCX concept fuel-cell vehicle, for example, has a sticker price of Yen $100 Million (US $859,000)

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Published by: Tedd St Rain on Aug 22, 2009
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Hydrogen Production fromWaste Heat
Reaction Sciences, Inc.OCT 2005Sponsored by CTC, Inc.J. Dunn 508-870-0042
 
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+ Thermochemical Hydrogen process converts medium-grade heat (450-500C)and water to hydrogen.+ Recover waste heat from power generation to increase overall efficiency of  power plant.+ Hydrogen for refineries from the waste heat from refineries+ Solar energy, waste heat from power plants, and waste gases can all be usedas the heat energy source.+ Makes hydrogen at
very high efficiency and extremely Low Cost,usingNO FUEL, with NO EMISSIONS.
+ Integrated cycle with fuel cell can produce hydrogen from sunlight atunprecedented high efficiency (
40% vs. 15% PV).
 
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