electrolyze


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e·lec·tro·lyze

(ē-lek'trō-līz),
To decompose chemically by means of an electric current.
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Cheap electricity produced from wind can be used to electrolyze water, producing hydrogen, now widely viewed as the fuel of the future.
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The system, named the Water Rocket, would electrolyze water using power from the vehicle's solar array to charge storage tanks to 2,000 psia.
Using dc power from wind to electrolyze water into hydrogen and oxygen would provide an effective method of storing energy.
Solar energy will also electrolyze water, with the hydrogen and oxygen stored separately and used at night to generate energy via a hydrogen fuel cell.