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ZERO Emission Hydrogen Engine – with site produced fuel

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Imagine if all engines had ZERO EMISSIONS. BRC Engines pty ltd is a Start-Up company from Maryborough QLD who are working towards commercialising a new Zero Emission Hydrogen engine cycle. They have developed a prototype zero emissions, twin stroke, compressionless Hydrogen engine. No nitrogen or carbon emissions. Only bi-product is water. Check out their story - https://bit.ly/2OAGkSM

What do you think?

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lynnwood @ 2019.12.04 2:52 AM
Fascinating- my parents came from Maryborough. Glad to see innovation come from there.

Max Berghouse @ 2019.12.12 9:02 PM
Pure hydrogen, whether it is from a fuel cell or from a tank of hydrogen (appropriately secured) seems a more efficient use of resources than either electricity or hybrid. It should be possible to use existing 4 stroke petrol technology as to which there is enormous expertise, with relatively little modification. Hydrogen of itself is not especially dangerous: no more so really than petrol. The prototype engine described here is beyond my technical knowledge. Absence of emissions and the only byproduct being water, I readily accept. That this engine does not rely upon compression, I find hard to understand.


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