Offshore Facilities to Produce Hydrogen
AbstractAs a result of international agreements on the reduction of CO2 emissions, new technologies using hydrogen are being developed. Hydrogen, despite being the most abundant element in Nature, cannot be found in its pure state. Water is one of the most abundant sources of hydrogen on the planet. The proposal here is to use energy from the sea in order to obtain hydrogen from water. If plants to obtain hydrogen were to be placed in the ocean, the impact of long submarines piping to the coast will be reduced. Further, this will open the way for the development of ships propelled by hydrogen. This paper discusses the feasibility of an offshore installation to obtain hydrogen from the sea, using ocean wave energy. View Full-Text
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Blanco-Fernández, P.; Pérez-Arribas, F. Offshore Facilities to Produce Hydrogen. Energies 2017, 10, 783.
Blanco-Fernández P, Pérez-Arribas F. Offshore Facilities to Produce Hydrogen. Energies. 2017; 10(6):783.Chicago/Turabian Style
Blanco-Fernández, Pilar; Pérez-Arribas, Francisco. 2017. "Offshore Facilities to Produce Hydrogen." Energies 10, no. 6: 783.
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