CO2 Fuel . An interesting report today was published by the CSIRO concerning the use of hydrogen in producing methane gas for coal fired power stations , as a means of recycling carbon dioxide, reducing the carbon dioxide output and effectively increasing the efficiency of the Coal fired Power station and reducing carbon dioxide pollution.
It’s a interesting report ,especially as I have a prototype unit operational for use on coal fired power station in Australia’s East Coast. You can imagine how I felt when I read the headline explaining how this is a new innovative proposal after I submitted my unit back in july 2016.
The major advantage of this system of H.F.S. pty ltd is that is uses the high temperature and thermal energy of the carbon dioxide to power the catalytic reaction involving hydrogen and carbon dioxide to generate Methane gas that is fed back into the power station fuel source increase the efficiency of the system and require less coal in the first place to provide the required station power output.
The heart of the process is the patented catalyst used to combine Hydrogen and carbon dioxide together to manufacture methane. along with HFS extremely efficient Hydrogen generator technology.
This process does not eliminate the carbon dioxide output but significantly reduces its annual output and influence on the environment. Currently we are testing several mechanisms which effectively lock up the output gases which are not used in generating methane gas.
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