EVPP 111 Lecture - Learning Guide 13 - Energy - Renewable - Hydrogen fuel cells and energy conservat

EVPP 111 Lecture - Learning Guide 13 - Energy - Renewable - Hydrogen fuel cells and energy conservat

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EVPP 111 Lecture Learning & Study Guide #13 Fall 2010 Energy: Renewable Energy – Hydrogen fuel cells What is the “fuel” for hydrogen fuels cells (HFC)? What is the main source for the fuel for HFC? Can the fuel for HFC be obtained from more than one source? What is the name of the reaction that produces hydrogen from water? What must be input in order for the reaction that produces hydrogen from water to proceed? What are the possible sources of the electricity required for the electrolysis reaction? Ideally, should the electricity required for electrolysis in HFC come from nonrenewable or renewable sources? Does the HFC  itself result in the emission of carbon dioxide or other greenhouse gases? What is the product of the electrolysis reaction?
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Unformatted text preview: What are the general advantages of HFC energy? What are the general disadvantages of HFC energy? Energy: Conservation Approximately what percent of commercial energy is wasted in the US? What is one of the reasons we are so wasteful of energy? Is all waste of energy unavoidable? What is energy conservation? What is energy efficiency? What four the four least energy-efficient devices? What should each of the four least energy-efficient devices be replaced with? 1 EVPP 111 Lecture Learning & Study Guide #13 Fall 2010 What are some energy conservation methods/approaches for homes/buildings? What are some energy conservation methods/approaches for vehicles/transportation? 2...
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