Phximiev
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Re: Riversimple and Fuel Cell Discussions

Hugreen Power Inc. states per their email: "We can safely store hydrogen in the form of solid powder (NaBH4) for a long time, and the current technology is to generate and supply hydrogen using only water and solid NaBH4."

Per their website, Hugreen lists a number of apparent in production successes with their approach: http://www.hugreenpower.com/

Solid NaBH4 would seem to be an easy way to produce, store and then release hydrogen. Thoughts on this approach?
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rmay635703
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Re: Riversimple and Fuel Cell Discussions

Riversimple the next Elio Motors investment scam
Phximiev
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Re: Riversimple and Fuel Cell Discussions

rmay635703 wrote: Tue Jan 17, 2023 11:43 am Riversimple the next Elio Motors investment scam
I’ve been wondering that myself! It’s been years since they announced, but where are the cars?
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jemsnixon
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Re: Riversimple and Fuel Cell Discussions

Although I'm not a fan of the idea of an onboard hydrogen tank with a very high pressure, the concept of a compact aerodynamic car (Aptera, RIP) is something I really appreciate. I wonder how much the tank, fuel cell accessories, and their batteries weigh since converting it to a pure BEV may be an easy alternative.
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Re: Riversimple and Fuel Cell Discussions

jemsnixon wrote: Mon Jan 23, 2023 10:55 am Although I'm not a fan of the idea of an onboard hydrogen tank with a very high pressure, the concept of a compact aerodynamic car (Aptera, RIP) is something I really appreciate.
Aptera is alive: https://aptera.us/

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