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Using the fuel cell technology to produce electricity from hydrogen electrolyzing seawater and as a by-product desalinized water

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The author outlines the advantages of a hydrogen economy and then puts forward a proposal for a power plant using hydrogen produced from a seawater electrolysis plant which also produces desalinated water. The author briefly describes the electrolysis plant and the electricity producing facilities.

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Electrical and Electronics Engineers in Israel, 2002. The 22nd Convention of

Date of Conference:

1 Dec. 2002