Inside the Solar Hydrogen House: No More Power Bills — Ever

[Scientific American] Mike Strizki has not paid an electric, oil or gas bill — nor has he spent a nickel to fill up his Mercury Sable — in nearly two years. Instead, the 51-year-old civil engineer makes all the fuel he needs using a system he built in the capacious garage of his home, which employs photovoltaic (PV) panels to turn sunlight into electricity that is harnessed in turn to extract hydrogen from tap water.
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