Tree Hugger article about the Champ reactor
Ok so these guys are looking at pulling co2 out of the fuel, storing it and dropping it off at the gas station when you refuel, rather than trying to pull it out of tailpipe emissions.
Might work, might not, I don't give it great odds myself.
What I'm wondering is if anyone has any information on how big this champ reactor is? Does it require an ICE to get it cranking? Will it scale down? What input/output ratios are we looking at for h2/co2?
Oddly enough I'm wondering if it would be an effective way to supply co2 to a fish tank, while using the h2 in a fuel cell to power the lights. Figure right now with my tiny set up I'm running about 500 watts of lights for 12 hours a day plus another 400 or so in pumps and heaters 24 hours a day. I need to output a bubble of co2 per second, per tank (3 tanks) to keep a steady ph.
It may not seem like a lot of power, but consider I run the lower end of medium light. If the power were cheaper/free I could easily double the lighting which would require the extra co2 for the plants.