字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Logistics free power, what’s that all about? Well VPE has really bottled that you might say And made backup power at cell sites A really extraordinary opportunity here Let’s talk about that with Dave Dekarske from VPE Tell me about this, logistics free power, water is the primary fuel source What’s that all about? We have our first regenerative fuel cell that is zero carbon footprint So like any traditional fuel cell, the byproduct is water So unlike other competitors that we have, we grab that water We bottle it, and we use that as the fuel source through a secondary process Ok, Well show me how this works I’ll explain it very quickly. This is the main control panel for the unit, on the electro self, which monitors As well as drives the whole system This is our DC input, these are oxygen panels for vents For the ingestion of the atmosphere into the system itself This is our control panel, for the electrolyses of the water back into hydrogen. We have our rectifiers up top Which takes the DC and converts it back to AC We have our electrolizer right here, which actually does the chemical separation Of the hydrogen to the oxygen, which the hydrogen will be recompressed Back into the system, and into our storage facility On the left hand side, we have a 6 kilowatt fuel cell So 101 of fuel cell is we introduce hydrogen on the anode side of the cell itself We strip away the protons and the electrons We introduce oxygen on the cathode side And then the combination of the oxygen back with the hydrogen Produces water. Water. Right, H2O That same product gets recaptured So after I burn through the hydrogen and my AC grid comes back on again I take that same water we have captured I put it through a electrolysis process To where then, what I’m doing is removing the hydrogen from the oxygen I take that hydrogen, recompress it back into my storage facility As fuel for the fuel cell during the next event as it runs up So what happens, or is there integration with solar here of any type I assume with this machinery, you’ve got it out in the middle of the heat You’ve got to keep it cold somehow Absolutely, the fuel cell is a DC power source. The electrolyzer needs AC So I need one of three things I need either grid power, I need solar power, or I need wind power So if you go off the grid, for some reason, a storm of some type If you have wind or a solar component that takes care of that kind of power generation Absolutely, we have married it with all three I do have actual items out there that are married to solar Primarily run on grid power and we’re just introducing wind as well So we can be totally green energy. Green energy, producing green energy.