South Africa's first hydrogen refuelling station cost R6 million less than in other parts of the wor

edited June 2016 in Site discussion

imageSouth Africa's first hydrogen refuelling station cost R6 million less than in other parts of the world - htxt.africa

The entire project cost R12 million, which is a drop in the ocean of South Africa's R1 billion energy research and development budget.

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  • Madame Pandor gave us the fantastic Hydrogen Bicycle, a tricycle that cannot carry its own fueling system nor even the handbag of the Minister Pandor.

    Also, Madame Pandor apparently doesn't know or, she doesn't want to know how much is the cost of a kWh produced by Fuel Cell or how much cost the hydrogen fuel in so called Integrated Systems: big production, costly storage, difficult transport, alterations at the end user cost and, not to forget about danger.

    So, Madame Pandor will not have any chance during her life, as a Minister or not, to see a real Hydrogen Economy in South Africa: production of cheap energy from water, on site, for use on demand - cars, domestic, industrial, etc. More info about a reals (but neglected) Hydrogen Economy on www.africanhydrogen.co.za.
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