Monthly Archives: September 2005

Taiwan professor argues for OTEC

OTECLiang Nai-kuang, professor in the Institute of Oceanography at National Taiwan University argues for OTEC use [cached] in Taipei Times.

Hawaii aquaculture business grows

Pacific Business News reports that the value of Hawaii-grown aquaculture/mariculture now exceeds $28 million a year [cached]. Algae accounted for 45 percent of the value and amounting to $12.6 million. A big part of this happens at NELHA

Danish researcher crack hydrogen storage?

Danish researchers at the Technical University of Denmark may have taken an important step towards hydrogen based transport systems. In a news article they say that they store the hydrogen as ammonia absorbed in sea-salt tablets [cached]. “Within the tablet, hydrogen is stored as long as desired, and when hydrogen is needed, ammonia is released through a catalyst that decomposes it back to free hydrogen. When the tablet is empty, you merely… Continue reading

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