https://www.econologie.com/jean-luc-per ... e-solaire/
https://www.econologie.com/heliostat-co ... e-perrier/
Jean-Luc Perrier's solar oven (50 kw) could turn solar energy into hydrogen by electrolysis of water. The furnace heated water in its central focus, and the pressurized steam produced an electric generator needed for the process. A vehicle modified according to the principle of LPG equipment could thus turn by rejecting only water vapor. No calamine in the engine cylinders, longer service lifecould it interest who at the time? Builders, oil companies, so go!
jean63 wrote:it's really incredible that no one was interested in that.
jean63 wrote:But by the way, do we know how he died this Jean-Luc Perrier? maybe "some" had an interest in him not living too long.
nonoLeRobot wrote:There is some info too
At the time it could be revolutionary but today it seems normal. And plans for solar towers to make electricity there has been one in Spain, and one under construction in Australia (although they use air rather than water vapor).
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