Hyundai powers sustainable fish farming TheGreenCarWebsite.co.uk (blog)
In the new technology display, Hyundai’s first hydrogen-powered car, the ix35 FCEV will see its water vapour emissions condensed into water to filter into the fish tank, while…
When hydrogen is burned, the only exhaust is pure H2O. The exhaust from Hyundai’s first hydrogen powered car – ix35 FCEV is being used in a fish tank. This proves it is safe for life to live in, and doesn’t have any of the dangerous exhaust components that an internal combustion engine has when burning diesel or gasoline.
Once the water is in the fish tank and gets various compounds added like nitrate, it is then used in an aquaponics farm. Cool! Instead of creating deadly exhaust from the car, the exhaust can literally come up smelling like roses (if the aquaponic farm decides to grow them)
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