A SCHEMATIC DESIGN OF HHO CELL AS GREEN ENERGY STORAGE
Acta Electronica Malaysia (AEM)
Author: Hesham Enshasy, Qasem Abu Al-Haija, Hasan Al-Amri, Mohamed Al-Nashri, Sultan Al-Muhaisen
This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited
The continuous growth of population and energy-based industries have rapidly increased the demand on electricity and raised up the need for harmless and clean methods of electric energy generation and storage capacity. The world’s governments found it is feasible to consider the renewable energy sources as another alternative to supply part of their electrical needs. Renewable energy will minimize the environmental pollution associated with non-green methods of electrical generation which occupy the largest percentage of generation. Thus, photovoltaic systems along with large batteries have been implemented to generate and store electricity. These batteries have bad influences on the environment because they contribute in the pollution when they are manufactured and when they are out of use (i.e. they need recycling treatment). In this paper, we propose a schematic design of optimized water analysis-based cells that efficiently generate and safely store the energy as Hydrogen-Hydrogen Oxygen (HHO) ions. HHO cells promote a green energy generation and storage since clean water is the chemicals that is release out of burning this fuel. The HHO ions will be used as a clean energy source that can run most energy consuming systems. Hence, HHO ion generation will be another alternative to improve the storage of renewable energy.