3 edition of The Path to a Hydrogen Economy found in the catalog.
The Path to a Hydrogen Economy
January 2004 by Government Printing Office .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||483|
For those reasons, this book attempts to show the development path of a hydrogen economy, based on assured technological knowledge. One special concern has been to demonstrate, on one hand, how these developments would fit into existing energy supply structures, and, on the other, how they would contribute to further development of the energy. But aspects of system analysis, energy economics, and ecology that would come into play in introducing it into energy systems nave received much less attention. For those reasons, this book attempts to show the development path of a hydrogen . The idea was built around coming up with a system which would replace the fossil fuel powered economy by using hydrogen as the main power source for the economy. The hydrogen economy is expected to counter the harmful effects that using fossil fuels has had on the environment since it burns cleanly and releases no pollutants.
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Hydrogen economy is an economy that relies on hydrogen as the commercial fuel that would deliver a substantial fraction of a nation’s energy and services.
Liang Dong, in Hydrogen Economy, Hydrogen economy is thought as a sunrise industry which would contribute to reducing energy consumption and emissions, as well as stimulating economic. “A prominent physicist once said, "to understand hydrogen is to understand all of physics." That is perhaps a bit of an overstatement; but it is no exaggeration to say that John Rigden's eminently readable book is a unique guide to the overwhelming role in science and technology of that simplest of all elements--from the origin of the universe itself to the most recently created lab Cited by: Great book, very informative.
The beginning of the book has a lot of facts and data, which if you were making a presentation would be very useful, but I was more interested in the analysis of how the hydrogen economy will come about and what shape it might take, that was further into the book. The author is very knowledgeable Cited by: The road to global security," writes Jeremy Rifkin, "lies in lessening our dependence on Middle East oil and making sure that all people on Earth have access to the energy they need to sustain life.
Weaning the world off oil and turning it toward hydrogen is a promissory note for a safer world." Rifkin's international bestseller The Hydrogen Economy presents the clearest, most 5/5(2). The Hydrogen Economy by Jeremy Rifkin pp, Polity, £ September As the nights drew in, the braziers glowed around the entrances to.
This chapter purposes to summarize the opportunities and challenges in hydrogen economy for sustainable development through literature review, in addition identify common and different pathways toward hydrogen economy focusing on four main countries. It would be helpful in deepening the understanding of hydrogen economy and decision-making on Cited by: 4.
The term "hydrogen economy" refers to the vision of using hydrogen as a low-carbon energy source – replacing, for example, gasoline as a transport fuel or natural gas as a heating fuel.
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Hydrogen Economy: Supply Chain, Life Cycle Analysis and Energy Transition for Sustainability explores the challenges for the transition into a sustainable hydrogen economy. In this book, experts from various academic backgrounds discuss the tools and methodologies for the analysis, planning, design and optimization of hydrogen supply chains.
The hydrogen economy is the use of hydrogen as a low carbon fuel, particularly for heat; but also for hydrogen vehicles, seasonal energy storage and long distance transport of energy.
The hydrogen economy is developing as a small part of the low-carbon economy. In order to phase out fossil fuels and limit global warming, hydrogen is starting to be used as its combustion only.
The expert contributors also discuss codes and standards, monitoring techniques, and safety designs. The Path to a Cleaner World and Energy Independence Focusing on a clean, economical alternative to nonrenewable energy, this volume provides the latest information on the hydrogen fuel s: 2.
Hydrogen is a carrier of energy, not a source (Box 1). It does not exist in a natural state on earth and must be manufactured using a hydrogen-rich compound as the raw material. Today, hydrogen is produced mainly through steam reforming of natural gas, but it can be extracted from other hydrocarbons by reforming or The Hydrogen EconomyFile Size: KB.
Get this from a library. The path to a hydrogen economy: hearing before the Committee on Science, House of Representatives, One Hundred Eighth Congress, first session, March 5, [United States.
Congress. House. Committee on Science.]. The title of this book is a little misleading since most of the book is about the effect that energy has had on the rise and fall of human societies from hunter-gatherers through agriculturists and the Roman Empire to the ascendency of the United States in the 19th century and into the current world economy/5.
The hydrogen economy promises to eliminate all of the problems that the fossil fuel economy creates. Therefore, the advantages of the hydrogen economy include: The elimination of pollution caused by fossil fuels - When hydrogen is used in a fuel cell to create power, it is a completely clean technology.
Buy a cheap copy of The Hydrogen Economy book by Jeremy Rifkin. The road to global security, writes Jeremy Rifkin, lies in lessening our dependence on Middle East oil and making sure that all people on Earth have access to the Free shipping over $Cited by: Changes in the politics and technology of energy mean that the idea of a hydrogen economy might be about to make its mark in a number of practical arenas.
It might be thought that as the hype of the last decade has declined, the idea of a hydrogen economy is once again on technology’s back-burner. Rifkin's international bestseller The Hydrogen Economy presents the clearest, most comprehensive case for moving ourselves away from the destructive and waning years of the oil era toward a new kind of energy regime.
Hydrogen-one of the most abundant substances in the universe-holds the key, Rifkin argues, to a cleaner, safer, and more Pages: While the hydrogen economy has not arrived, hydrogen is nevertheless a big business and is growing rapidly. [ ] Bezdek, Inthe arrival of the hydrogen economy was just years away.
In the mid’s, the hydrogen economy was just as imminent as the next ice age. Inthe hydrogen economy was just a decade away. A decade. The Hype about Hydrogen offers a hype-free explanation of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies, takes a hard look at the practical difficulties of transitioning to a hydrogen economy, and reveals why, given increasingly strong evidence of the gravity of climate change, neither government policy nor business investment should be based on the.
In a article on PhysOrg, writer Lisa Zyga referred to a study by fuel cell expert Ulf Bossel, who concluded a hydrogen economy is a “wasteful economy.” (See the attached chart.). Workshop on Manufacturing R&D for the Hydrogen Economy DOE, with support from the Department of Commerce’s National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST), conducted a Workshop on Manufacturing R&D for the Hydrogen Economy to identify the path forward to address these challenges.5 The workshop brought.
The Hydrogen Economy If the fuel cell is to become the modern steam engine, basic research must provide breakthroughs in understanding, materials, and design to make a hydrogen-based energy system a vibrant and competitive force.
George W. Crabtree, Mildred S. Dresselhaus, and Michelle V. Buchanan December Physics TodayCited by: 6. Pathways to a Hydrogen Future seeks to untangle the competing visions of a hydrogen economy, explain the trade-offs and obstacles and offer recommendations for a path forward.
The results are based on a detailed simulation model developed at Sandia National Laboratories: "The Hydrogen Futures Simulation Model" (H2Sim). New method could open path to hydrogen economy Technique efficiently generates hydrogen from water.
Washington State University. Hydrogen is the chemical element with the symbol H and atomic number 1. With a standard atomic weight ofhydrogen is the lightest element in the periodic en is the most abundant chemical substance in the Universe, constituting roughly 75% of all baryonic mass.
Non-remnant stars are mainly composed of hydrogen in the plasma most common Group: 1: H and alkali metals. Hydrogen has myriad uses in industry and could be used to power hydrogen fuel-cell cars.
Industries have not widely used the water splitting process, however, because of the prohibitive cost of the precious metal catalysts that are required – usually platinum or ruthenium.
The real deal on the future of the hydrogen economy Having read Jeremy Rifkin's interesting, but rose-colored and somewhat tangential take on the future of the hydrogen fuel cell: The Hydrogen Economy: The Creation of the World-Wide Energy Web and the Redistribution of Power on Earth (), I was pleased to read something from a full-time energy professional/5.
while the practical aspects of a hydrogen economy, Figure 1, are rarely addressed. Like any other product hydrogen must be packaged,transported, stored and transferred to bring it from production to final use.
These ordinary market processes require energy. Figure 1 Schematic Presentation of a pure "Hydrogen Economy" Hydrogen ProductionFile Size: KB. The notion of the hydrogen economy has been talked about, invested in and debated for over 20 years, but only now is that cause being truly recognised for the role it has in a low carbon future.
Hydrogen has the potential to be the cornerstone of the energy transition, and momentum gathers in this important space every day.
In The Hydrogen Economy, best-selling author Jeremy Rifkin takes us on an eye-opening journey into the next great commercial era in history. He envisions the dawn of a new economy powered by hydrogen that will fundamentally change the nature of our market, political and social institutions, just as coal and steam power did at the beginning of the industrial age.
Although titled the hydrogen economy the bulk of the book is about fossil based energy. This is a 9 chapter book and it doesn't start talking about "the hydrogen economy" until chapter 8. It has something interesting points about oil reserves and the macro economic effects, but this isn't what I was after in a book titled "the hydrogen economy"/5(11).
Responding to the sustained interest in and controversial discussion of the prospects of hydrogen, this book strives to reflect on the perspectives of a hydrogen economy in light of the global energy challenge, in particular the question of how to meet the growing demand for transport energy in the long term and how to secure sustainable energy for : Cambridge University Press.
There are major hurdles on the path to achieving the vision of the hydrogen economy; the path will not be simple or straightforward. Many of the committee’s observations generalize across the entire hydrogen economy: the hydrogen system must be cost-competitive, it must be safe and appealing to the consumer, and it would preferably offer.
The expert contributors also discuss codes and standards, monitoring techniques, and safety designs. The Path to a Cleaner World and Energy Independence Focusing on a clean, economical alternative to nonrenewable energy, this volume provides the latest information on the hydrogen fuel economy.
What is meant by the term “hydrogen economy,” and the most likely time frame(s) in which it may take place The key milestones and pitfalls that are likely to be encountered on the path to a “hydrogen economy” Ways in which industry and government can form stronger partnerships to address hydrogen energy developmentFile Size: 1MB.
Pathways to a Hydrogen Future seeks to untangle the competing visions of a hydrogen economy, explain the trade-offs and obstacles and offer recommendations for a path forward. The results are based on a detailed simulation model developed at Sandia National Laboratories: "The Hydrogen Futures Simulation Model (H2Sim)".Author: Doris Van Kampen.
If the hydrogen economy is going to provide the United States with a future free of pollution and dependence on foreign oil, it must be sustainable. That is, it must be able to keep up with increased population growth, increased use of energy-hungry technology, changes in politics and changes in people's attitudes toward the environment and toward the welfare of future.
Pathways to a Hydrogen Future seeks to untangle the competing visions of a hydrogen economy, explain the trade-offs and obstacles and offer recommendations for a path forward. The results are based on a detailed simulation model developed at Sandia National Laboratories: "The Hydrogen Futures Simulation Model (H2Sim)".
And, whether it was the author's intention of not, The Hydrogen Economy, fails, in my opinion, to provide its readers with enough technical information about hydrogen as a fuel, fuel cells and related developments for them to fully understand the.
As it is frequently envisioned, the hydrogen economy comprises the production of molecular hydrogen using coal, natural gas, nuclear energy, or renewable energy (e.g., biomass, wind, solar); 1 the transport and storage of hydrogen in some fashion; and the end use of hydrogen in fuel cells, which combine oxygen with the hydrogen to produce.gen economy.
The geographical scope of the book is global. The Hydrogen Economy: Opportunities and Challenges is the first book to cover hydrogen in a holistic manner from a technical, environmental and socioeconomic perspective.
Particular highlights include: Assessment of the benefits and downsides of hydrogen compared with other alternative. Building upon what Steve has said, here in California we look at things a bit differently, in part because $ gasoline here is a pipe dream.
We now know that getting the retail cost of hydrogen down to $10/kg puts it in competition with $3 gaso.