hydrothermal fuel generation
Alternatively, nitrogen may be sequestered from air and combined with the hydrogen gas to form ammonia NH3, which is an excellent fuel and relatively safe in transport. This illuminates a path to a source of fuel beyond the hydrocarbon era. Island countries, such as the island of San Salvador in the Bahamas, with warm inland saline lakes, and deep cold water just off shore may then produce all their cooling and electrical power needed and be self sufficient for fuel needs. The Bahamas, Haiti, Aruba and other island nations may export the fuel that is in excess of their needs creating a new source of wealth.
This entry was written and contributed by Ted Jagusztyn, CoTherm of America Corporation.
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