Inside the Solar-Hydrogen House: No More Power Bills–Ever

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Scientific American has a feature story on a New Jersey resident that has not paid a gas or electric utility bill in two years - because his house is powered by solar-generated hydrogen.  Part of the hydrogen he generates also goes to fuel his car.

The cost of this sunlight-capturing energy system?  Approximately $500,000.  But he thinks a similar system could be built today for only $90,000.

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