Alex Schechter

Alex Schechter has most recently been quoted in an article called Tel Aviv hosts alternative fuel summit. Alex Schechter said, “The amount of energy that is stored in one kilo of that material is equivalent to 28 kilos of batteries in terms of energy density, so that instead of carrying a huge weight of batteries, you can take a little bit of salt, some water, react, and have the same amount of energy. But you have to use fuel cell coupled with it.”. Alex Schechter has been quoted a grand total of 3 times in 1 article.

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We have developed a system that can generate hydrogen for an electrical car.

The amount of energy that is stored in one kilo of that material is equivalent to 28 kilos of batteries in terms of energy density, so that instead of carrying a huge weight of batteries, you can take a little bit of salt, some water, react, and have the same amount of energy. But you have to use fuel cell coupled with it.

It is based on a chemical reaction that generates the hydrogen on demand, so that when you ignite your car the hydrogen starts to flow. When it flows you have electricity, it charges the battery and then you move on. But the uniqueness of this system is that the hydrogen is stored very densely, unlike a hydrogen gas tank that takes high pressure and low density energy. (…).

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