Turtle Island Energy claims to have made "the world's first sulfur powered vehicle." According to the video above, the vehicle was built for $2,000 with "readily available parts." The sulfur is used to produce hydrogen which fuels the internal combustion engine of the pickup truck. The sulfur "fuel cell" is made up of molten sulfur, powdered graphite with a copper and aluminum strip electrode in vats. The hydrogen created from the oxidizing sulfur is piped to a storage container and then to the motor. Why is Sulfur Island Energy doing this? According to the website "The era of plentiful, low-cost petroleum is approaching an end. The goodnews is that commercially viable mitigation options are ready for implementation." Sulfur is an alternative fuel?

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