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Mar 10, 2021

Hi Tom Quinn,

I am super excited to see your invention.


I do have to take a bit of an issue about producing hydrogen fuel since all gaseous fuels are inherently dangerous to handle and even more so as equipment ages. Hydrogen uses especially high pressures.


Hydrogen from electrolysis is not efficient. If hydrogen is a goal, one might be better off just using an efficient reformer on the ethanol to produce hydrogen like some fuel cells today do.


Ethanol fuel can be used anywhere hydrogen can be, easier in fact. As I said, ethanol reformers on fuel cells are efficient in producing hydrogen on the spot and the ethanol can have enough water so as to be nonflammable. H…


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