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Hydrogen energy from water left untapped


Imagine being able to boost the efficiency of your car exponentially. Well there’s a way to do it but the government says NO!

By General Maddox.

Fuel. Let’s face it, we all need it for survival. We’re all slaves to the petrol bowser and Big Oil who owns them. But what if there is a life hack to side step them and circumvent the stranglehold they have on us?

Well there is. Enter Peter Ervik. A local inventor from regional Brisbane in Queensland Australia who has devised a way to use water as a clean energy source. 

To be specific it’s the hydrogen element of the water that his generator uses. And the only thing coming out of the exhaust is water vapor! 

Check out our interview below…

During some of our ‘off camera’ chat with Peter he showed us a video of his hydrogen cell generator in action. It definitely works and it’s definitely safe as like Peter says, “Its an on demand system. There’s no storage of the hydrogen at all”. Unlike automobiles that use LPG which store the gas right behind you in the trunk! 

Peter’s system is small and compact enough to fit in any vehicle. So why isn’t his invention actually in every vehicle right now? Well like we discuss in the video above Peter believes it’s nothing more than petty government bureaucracy holding it back. No one has the guts to look at it seriously and give it the stamp of approval just in case they lose their cushy government job. 

It’s frustrating when we hear about all the initiatives the government undertakes to help our environment and the money they throw away on renewable energy that seems to amount to nothing. Yet a simple and cost effect way is right under their nose and they want nothing to do with it. 

Many of us believe otherwise, that it’s not something as petty as local government bureaucracy to blame. Not that we disagree with Peter but it seems like there’s more to it than that. Imagine the impact on Big Oil a hydrogen generator like this could have. Peter could theoretically destroy these companies overnight if his invention was adopted worldwide. 

That sadly is what holds inventions like his at bay freeing us from our dependence on the bowser. 

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5 Comments on “Hydrogen energy from water left untapped”

  1. Chris K
    March 13, 2017 at 5:42 pm #

    While I like the idea of using electrolysis generated hydrogen to clean up coal powered stations and improve combustion in engines, there is no way electrolysis will ever provide energy for power generation of any type without putting more energy into splitting the water than you get out of the hydrogen.
    “The hydrogen produced by electrolysis may be used as a fuel in a fuel cell (see right) but the efficiency of the overall process (synthesis of H2 from H2O followed by oxidation of H2 to H2O) is always well below 100%. Thus the hydrogen produced can never be used to drive the electrolysis that produces it [2689]. This fact is governed by the unbreakable laws of thermodynamics but often seems to be ignored by people proposing cars that run on ‘water'”
    Source: http://www1.lsbu.ac.uk/water/electrolysis.html

  2. Spinifex
    March 14, 2017 at 4:41 am #

    Sometimes, I think things can get to a stage where Government red tape is no longer rational.

    This guy should just start making kits that he can sell and start his own business.

    It this could be attached as an aftermarket so that you could purchase it from him and get any mechanic to attach it during your ‘regular service’ he will a millionaire in month.

    I wish him all the best.

  3. Edwin power
    March 16, 2017 at 10:17 am #

    When will he realise that it’s easier to seek forgiveness than it is permission? And sell the units

    • Chris K
      March 16, 2017 at 4:24 pm #

      Absolutely. I’m tired of hearing about the countless people who’ve apparently developed amazing technology but had the idea bought up by DARPA or similar and it’s disappeared. Either that or the inventor winds up mysteriously dead or they John Hutchison or ECat some crap they can’t back up.
      It’s simple. If you invent an amazing life changing bit of technology, send it via the net to the world for nothing. Then everyone has it, you don’t get killed and you get to make a fortune on the talk show circuit, lecture circuit or by writing a book about it. Even a Nobel prize is worth a million bucks.
      Most of all, you totally screw corporations and shadow governments and set us free.

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