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The '''hydrogen economy''' is a proposed system of delivering energy using [[hydrogen]]. The term ''hydrogen economy'' was coined by [[John Bockris]] during a talk he gave in 1970 at [[General Motors]] (GM) Technical Center.<ref name="timeline">{{cite web|url=http://www.hydrogenassociation.org/general/factSheet_history.pdf|title=The History of Hydrogen|last=National Hydrogen Association|coauthors=United States Department of Energy|work=hydrogenassociation.org|publisher=National Hydrogen Association|page=1|accessdate=17 December 2010}}</ref> The concept was proposed earlier by geneticist [[J.B.S. Haldane]].<ref>[http://www.cscs.umich.edu/~crshalizi/Daedalus.html ''Daedalus or Science and the Future'', A paper read to the Heretics, Cambridge, on February 4th, 1923 &ndash; Transcript 1993]</ref>
 
The '''hydrogen economy''' is a proposed system of delivering energy using [[hydrogen]]. The term ''hydrogen economy'' was coined by [[John Bockris]] during a talk he gave in 1970 at [[General Motors]] (GM) Technical Center.<ref name="timeline">{{cite web|url=http://www.hydrogenassociation.org/general/factSheet_history.pdf|title=The History of Hydrogen|last=National Hydrogen Association|coauthors=United States Department of Energy|work=hydrogenassociation.org|publisher=National Hydrogen Association|page=1|accessdate=17 December 2010}}</ref> The concept was proposed earlier by geneticist [[J.B.S. Haldane]].<ref>[http://www.cscs.umich.edu/~crshalizi/Daedalus.html ''Daedalus or Science and the Future'', A paper read to the Heretics, Cambridge, on February 4th, 1923 &ndash; Transcript 1993]</ref>
   
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Proponents of a hydrogen economy advocate hydrogen as a potential fuel for [[motive power]]<ref>[http://www.iphe.net/docs/Resources/Power_trains_for_Europe.pdf A portfolio of power-trains for Europe: a fact-based analysis]</ref> (including cars and boats) and on-board auxiliary power, stationary power generation (e.g., for the energy needs of buildings), and as an energy storage medium (e.g., for interconversion from excess electric power generated off-peak). Molecular hydrogen of the sort that can be used as a fuel does not occur naturally in convenient reservoirs; nonetheless it can be generated by [[steam reforming|steam reformation of hydrocarbons]], [[electrolysis of water|water electrolysis]] or by other methods.<ref name="Carmo 2013">{{cite journal|last=Carmo|first=M|coauthors=Fritz D, Mergel J, Stolten D|title=A comprehensive review on PEM water electrolysis|journal=Journal of Hydrogen Energy|year=2013|doi=10.1016/j.ijhydene.2013.01.151|url=http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2013.01.151}}</ref>
 
Proponents of a hydrogen economy advocate hydrogen as a potential fuel for [[motive power]]<ref>[http://www.iphe.net/docs/Resources/Power_trains_for_Europe.pdf A portfolio of power-trains for Europe: a fact-based analysis]</ref> (including cars and boats) and on-board auxiliary power, stationary power generation (e.g., for the energy needs of buildings), and as an energy storage medium (e.g., for interconversion from excess electric power generated off-peak). Molecular hydrogen of the sort that can be used as a fuel does not occur naturally in convenient reservoirs; nonetheless it can be generated by [[steam reforming|steam reformation of hydrocarbons]], [[electrolysis of water|water electrolysis]] or by other methods.<ref name="Carmo 2013">{{cite journal|last=Carmo|first=M|coauthors=Fritz D, Mergel J, Stolten D|title=A comprehensive review on PEM water electrolysis|journal=Journal of Hydrogen Energy|year=2013|doi=10.1016/j.ijhydene.2013.01.151|url=http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2013.01.151}}</ref>
   
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Date: Wednesday, the 21st of October 2015 at 06:34:30 PM
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