Electrochemical Acidification Carbon Capture Skid. The acidification cell was mounted onto a portable skid along with a reverse osmosis unit, power supply, pump, carbon dioxide recovery system, and hydrogen stripper to form a carbon capture system [dimensions of 63″ x 36″ x 60″].

Image Credit: U.S. Naval Research Laboratory.


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  1. Captain Den on October 24, 2012 6:46 AM

    I have been interested in fuel cell tech for the marine industry for quite a while and thought many times how nice it would be if we used sea water to make hydrogen for propulsion. Intelligent minds are evidently making this possible and I admire all that help make this possible. i would also like to invite anyone with these capabilities to use my trawler yacht as an experimental vessel to showcase these capabilities to the yachting world for future use in the recreational and fishing industry market. My goal is to create a self sustainable, long range, full displacement vessel using various energy producing methods. All interested people and corporations interested in turning this vision into a reality please contact me.
    I will forward pics and specs after initial contact. I will captain this vessel to venues worldwide to showcase the potential for future development sustainable marine applications.
    Thank you,
    Dennis Gildea

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