Solar Hydrogen Home + MIT Announces Major Breakthrough In Solar Energy Storage

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video replaced January 27, 2019

Largest Dams on Apr 18, 2018

The Hydrogen House is North America’s first regulation-approved solar-hydrogen powered residence. The home was developed by Mike Strizki with a grant from the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities. The solar hydrogen system was completed in 2006 and has since received international acclaim.

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video replaced January 27, 2019

MIT Announces Major Breakthrough In Solar Energy Storage

mittechtv on Aug 7, 2008

In a revolutionary leap that could transform solar power from a marginal, boutique alternative into a mainstream energy source, MIT researchers have overcome a major barrier to large-scale solar power: storing energy for use when the sun doesn’t shine.

Daniel Nocera describes new process for storing solar energy (2008)

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4 thoughts on “Solar Hydrogen Home + MIT Announces Major Breakthrough In Solar Energy Storage

  1. Pingback: Resourceful Guy Builds Solar House, Solar Power, Solar Car « Dandelion Salad

  2. The first video is a prototype not a production system. Its not supposed to be used for mass production for everyone. in fact the guy that made it can’t afford it with out the sponsorship and donations that were explained in the video. Its a test to see how a system like this would work and where are the gaps in the technology. I can’t wait for this technology (or even parts of it) to be available for homeowners. You don’t need to do it all at one time.

    The second video shows a brand new technology that did not exist a few months ago. How mature do you expect it to be in such a short time with very little funding and backing? If it proves to be a viable technology then it could greatly increase the efficiency of creating hydrogen.

    I think you are very quick to dismiss these ideas.

  3. The first video seems to be an impractical system, over complicated and expense. the second video does the same thin, apparently very simply, but it does give enough details on how this accompublished.

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