Watch this video as Wartena explains how the water electrolysis process can generate oxygen and hydrogen, which in turn can be utilized as a fossil fuel replacement within our already existing combustion engine vehicle fleet.
Implementation could occur at the global scale and would demonstrate a significant technological bridge beyond reliance on our current energy sources.
About Dr. Ryan Wartena
Ryan Wartena, Ph.D. is a chemical engineer and postdoctorate at MIT in the Department of Material Science and Engineering, developing small and distributed energy systems and applications for social autonomy with a concentration in electrochemical devices and assembly of energy systems for nanotechnology. Learn more about the work of Dr. Ryan Wartena at GELI
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