Bacterial Hydrogen Generators

Bacterial Hydrogen Generators. The approach I used in the book was outlined in a paper by Eli Greenbaum, an Oak Ridge National Laboratory corporate fellow, James Lee, and Steve Blankinship. They all work (or worked) in the ORNL Chemical Technology Division and began experimenting with algae’s hydrogen production capabilities in 2001. The mutant form of the algae exists today through work done by Michael Seibert and Maria Ghirardi, researchers at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory.

BHG Inc. its generator and its output specifications are figments of my imagination.
One avenue being pursued today is using bacteria to harvest hydrogen from sludge and other forms of garbage.

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