The Zero-Energy Solution

[The New York Times] A Solar-Hydrogen System — A barn-size array of solar panels collects energy from the sun and converts it to electricity. An electrolyzer runs any excess electricity through water to produce hydrogen gas, which can then be stored for later use. The gas can fuel an experimental hydrogen car. Or it can be converted back to electricity whenever extra power is needed to light or heat the family home.
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