HYDRO CELL FOR ALL ENGINE TYPES
The simplest and most plentiful gas and element in the universe known to man, hydrogen is one of the two natural elements that make up water. Acting as an energy carrier, it takes an abundance of power to extract it from the water source. Fuel cells and batteries use hydrogen as a useful and compressed source of energy. The potential energy of hydrogen has been researched vastly over the past decade with companies developing technologies to bring out its capabilities.
Each and every atom of hydrogen has just one proton. Hydrogen is what makes up most of the stars we see at night. Our sun is made up of mostly hydrogen and helium gases, and in its core, hydrogen atoms mix to form helium atoms. The process (also known as 'fusion') gives off radiant energy. This energy sustains life on earth, giving us light and enabling living things to grow. Most of the energy that we use today comes from the sun's radiant energy.
Actually lighter than air, Hydrogen gas has a natural tendency of rising in the atmosphere. For this reason, H2 (or hydrogen) is not found on earth as a single entity. It is only found with other elements. Combined with oxygen, hydrogen makes water. Hydrogen is found in all growing things.
The most popular and well-known energy carrier is electricity. Electricity is used to move energy in coal uranium and even water to sources that our living environment requires. Large quanitities of hydrogen can be stored easily for future use and can be stored until needed.