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H6 IS GETTING IN TOUCH SOON CJ


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We have been sold a lie about wind power...

 

Further to your article, Battle of the blades (November 24), no matter how many turbines are built, not one fossil-fuelled power station will close. The Scottish people have been sold a lie; wind energy just doesn't do what we are being told it will do.

 

Owing to the very fickle nature of wind and the fact that it will only produce electricity when winds blow between roughly 5-50mph, we still need our base-load power stations to click in, when required.

 

Wind turbines will only work up to about 30% of the time, yet our base-load stations will still have to run continuously, but at an inefficient level, to support wind power.


This inefficiency is thus responsible for producing more CO2. You just cannot have wind generation without a support base.

 

You could cover the whole of Scotland with turbines and we would still need our fossil-fuelled base stations or more hydro stations, if nuclear is not public and not the half-truth which we get at present?

 

Your article has no comments from qualified engineers, knowledgeable about the technical implications of wind power.


There is possibly a small place for wind turbines, but not at the cost of destroying our beautiful country. I am concerned about the escalating problem of fuel shortage and increased carbon emissions, but let's look at the cause of this and effect cures rather than trying to treat the symptoms.

 

We need to change our own lives and reduce our dependence on all forms of power. Why must all our city-centre shops be lit up like Christmas trees, when they are shut? Why do we need so much lighting on our motorways? Low-energy bulbs should be the only type sold and none of our electronic gadgets should be capable of being left on stand-by.

 

Better insulation on all new builds will also reduce our power consumption and help reduce carbon emission. Our standard of living will not fall, but our way of life might change. We will still have our countryside to enjoy and appreciate.


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Good stuff H6, i'm putting these Hydrogen units on the market in Europe, they make the owner of the property self reliant for energy and the units are all non carbon emitting, the units can also produce enough hydrogen to power 2 hydrogen powered vehicles for 300 miles each a week, General motors,BMW and other car manufacturers have hydrogen vehicles running around at the moment, Arnold Swarzenegger has a fleet of hydrogen powered Hummers, hydrogen power is due to kick in big time.BP are also in the process of building a massive hydrogen plant just outside aberdeen that will be able to produce enough power to provide 2million homes with renewable energy.

The units I am selling are retailing at around £80,000 so the market I am looking to put them on is the "must have it brigade". If the owner of these units buys one they would notice savings straight away, and instead of paying a gas bill an electricity bill and a petrol bill, they would just pay a one off payment to the bank who lent them the money in the first place, and as the system has a 30-50 year lifespan, with inflation it will save them a fortune in the long term.I'll attach more information in the following post.

 


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Good stuff H6, i'm putting these Hydrogen units on the market in Europe, they make the owner of the property self reliant for energy and the units are all non carbon emitting, the units can also produce enough hydrogen to power 2 hydrogen powered vehicles for 300 miles each a week, General motors,BMW and other car manufacturers have hydrogen vehicles running around at the moment, Arnold Swarzenegger has a fleet of hydrogen powered Hummers, hydrogen power is due to kick in big time.BP are also in the process of building a massive hydrogen plant just outside aberdeen that will be able to produce enough power to provide 2million homes with renewable energy.

The units I am selling are retailing at around £80,000 so the market I am looking to put them on is the "must have it brigade". If the owner of these units buys one they would notice savings straight away, and instead of paying a gas bill an electricity bill and a petrol bill, they would just pay a one off payment to the bank who lent them the money in the first place, and as the system has a 30-50 year lifespan, with inflation it will save them a fortune in the long term.I'll attach more information in the following post.

 

Hi Cj Why don't you do a full presentation on line here with a fresh post containing 'Hydrogen units  ' and how they work?..


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Thanks for the inpiration Admin2-    

The Krystal Hydrogen SystemSM (KHS) uses Solar & Wind power to take your home completely “Off Grid” and produce hydrogen from water (H2O) with the extra energy.  The KHS produces enough hydrogen to power your home via fuel cell when the sun is not shining & the wind is not blowing, plus enough ‘extra’ H2 to fuel up to 2 fuel efficient vehicles (any vehicle can be converted to run on clean hydrogen by Krystal Planet for a cost of $6k to $18k depending on the vehicle) or to sell to 3rd parties (10 kg of renewable H2 is worth $500 to $750 / month).
 
 
No more electric bill (for 30-50 years)
No more natural gas/heating bill
Fuel your vehicles at home with clean hydrogen made from water
Never again worry about gasoline prices
Clean the Air & Water
Reduce Dependence on Foreign Energy
Avg family saves $350/mo on energy bills
Avg KHS makes $600/mo (H2 & O2 sales)
Finance for ~$950/mo; a net zero purchase
 
Energy costs are at record high prices & will likely continue rising.  If you have some money to invest, want ‘bragging rights’ to be the 1st in your town with a renewable hydrogen system, and want to protect against rising energy costs for life, this system is for you. 50 KHS are available in 2005.  Financing available (equity line or home refinance). 
 
The Krystal Hydrogen SystemSM includes:
6 kW Solar PV array (~827 kWh) + 3.2 kW Wind Turbine (~550 kWh, or 4 more kW of solar PV if a wind turbine is not permitted)
Hydrogen Electrolyzer (makes ~1 kg/day of H2, 2 kW input – enough extra for a fuel cell and/or up to 2 vehicles)
3 kW Fuel Cell + 3000 psi hydrogen storage tank (10 kg capacity)
Power Control system & inverter, Ethernet port for self-diagnostics and remote system monitoring, 3 kW battery bank, oxygen collection valve, purified water tank, H2 extraction valve (for fueling vehicles or refilling cylinders to sell to 3rd parties), shipping, installation (up to 100 hours at $100 per hour), 5 year warranty on complete system.
Total system cost: $150,000 (or ~$950/mo via financing over 30 yrs)
Annual maintenance agreement is available
 
 
 
Solar PV has a 25-yr warranty; electrolyzer has 50-yr expected life

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Good stuff H6, i'm putting these Hydrogen units on the market in Europe, they make the owner of the property self reliant for energy and the units are all non carbon emitting, the units can also produce enough hydrogen to power 2 hydrogen powered vehicles for 300 miles each a week, General motors,BMW and other car manufacturers have hydrogen vehicles running around at the moment, Arnold Swarzenegger has a fleet of hydrogen powered Hummers, hydrogen power is due to kick in big time.BP are also in the process of building a massive hydrogen plant just outside aberdeen that will be able to produce enough power to provide 2million homes with renewable energy.

The units I am selling are retailing at around £80,000 so the market I am looking to put them on is the "must have it brigade". If the owner of these units buys one they would notice savings straight away, and instead of paying a gas bill an electricity bill and a petrol bill, they would just pay a one off payment to the bank who lent them the money in the first place, and as the system has a 30-50 year lifespan, with inflation it will save them a fortune in the long term.I'll attach more information in the following post.

 

CJ i can't help thinking that those with £80k lying around to throw on top of the price of their new home are hardly the types to be overly concerned with saving a few sheckles on their leccy bill.

 

I am not saying this energy thingy isnt good thing, i am just wondering if those with the dough to buy it would deem it worth the hassle thats all. Bilko


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Hi Cj Why don't you do a full presentation on line here with a fresh post containing 'Hydrogen units  ' and how they work?..

 

Cj fresh post!!

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OK YOU'S ASKED FOR THIS, YOU'S HAVE GOT NOONE BUT YOURSELVES TO BLAME


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Well presented plan i'd say.However i've tallied up that even after paying what would be my highest peak bills yearly over that time i'd still be out of pocket by at least 10,600 pounds even considering inflation. Can you tell me how exactly they have came to the 30-50 years conclusion as that seems a heck of a gap? xxxma

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Well presented plan i'd say.However i've tallied up that even after paying what would be my highest peak bills yearly over that time i'd still be out of pocket by at least 10,600 pounds even considering inflation. Can you tell me how exactly they have came to the 30-50 years conclusion as that seems a heck of a gap? xxxma

Since the Dollar is weaker against the Pound. Is this now the time to buy?


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Personally speaking, i am against the whole concept on the basis that we have enough obstructions on our roofs as it is. What with terrestrial TV aerials, satellite dishes and what not our roofs are slowly becoming a no-no for Santa's Sleigh....I mean where can the big man park it bearing in mind he has to make it secure before climbing doon the chimneys. Add one of these solar windmills to an already over crowded roof would just make landing the sleigh an utter nightmare. No CJ if you ask me this getting light from the sun thing is a non-starter....The kids would never allow it.  Bilko


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Hi Cj Why don't you do a full presentation on line here with a fresh post containing 'Hydrogen units  ' and how they work?..

 

Cj fresh post!!

Topsoe has recently been awarded a contract for the supply of license, engineering, catalysts, and critical equipment for two 100,000 Nm3/hr hydrogen plants for PetroChina Company Limited’s Dalian Petrochemical Company.

The hydrogen units will be part of a major expansion of PetroChina's refinery capacity in Dalian, P. R. China, and the hydrogen product will be used for the production of high-quality transportation fuels.

“We are proud of having been selected by PetroChina to supply a key unit for this important expansion of China's refinery capacity. It confirms Topsoe's position as the leading supplier of technology for large flexible-feed hydrogen units for the refinery industry,” says Ole Ekner, Director, Technology Division of Haldor Topsoe A/S.

Within the past year, similar size hydrogen plant activities count one hydrogen unit at Chevron's refinery at El Segundo CA, USA, two units for Indian Oil Company Ltd. at Panipat, India, and one for Air Liquide in Antwerp, Belgium.

For further information, please contact Thor Martin Gallardo on tmg@topsoe.dk.


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Well presented plan i'd say.However i've tallied up that even after paying what would be my highest peak bills yearly over that time i'd still be out of pocket by at least 10,600 pounds even considering inflation. Can you tell me how exactly they have came to the 30-50 years conclusion as that seems a heck of a gap? xxxma

Since the Dollar is weaker against the Pound. Is this now the time to buy?

 Ye may be right there but i think i'll stick to havin a fright quarterly...unless anyone knows of any hooses up for sale in the Antartic where its daylight 24/7 with a big solar heated swimmin pool....n plenty room for Bilko's sleigh. ,xxxma
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