Thursday, May 25, 2006

UK Auto Industry Report

A UK Auto Industry site has picked up the story. It reports, "The Hybrid Hydrogen Oxygen System ("HHOS") can generate sufficient Aquygen Gas using 'wasted' engery from a car's alternator to separate the hydrogen and oxygen in water through electrolysis to enrich a vehicle's traditional fuel supply (gasoline or diesel) to provide a net power increase. "

Also of interest here is that the alternator "requires 4hp of the stock engine's base power" while producing a "net 17hp gain."

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