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October 11, 2004

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Jason Koulouras

Thanks for the information - do you have a link to the research cited?

thanks
Jason

Curt Rosengren

Ack! Thanks for pointing that out. I've added the link now.

James Cooper

hi,

I did some informal back of the envelope calculations along the same lines for the US. See:
http://energy.bitmechanic.com/index.cgi?HydrogenEconomy

The high temperature nuclear reactors under development have an advantage in that they are about 50% more efficient in producing hydrogen from water than simple electrolysis. It seems that's the way we may be headed.. for better or worse.

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