Rosalia High School, Rosalia
Our goal is to redesign a generator so that it starts using electric power. The generator would then be creating enough energy to start electrolysis, which would produce hydrogen. The hydrogen would then be used to power the generator using a turbine engine. This would create a net surplus of electric power for use in homes, businesses, and vehicles. To do so we are going to build and display a working model of the Electric-Hydrogen Generator.
The team is attempting to utilize the ocean tides to generate electricity. The power will then be used primarily for populations that live in states that are close to the ocean. The team has found that the largest population lives in states close to the ocean. They will make a working model representing tidal current changes that will generate electricity.
“You are setting the pace — the dynamic — for a better and brighter future.”
—Elson S. Floyd, Ph.D.
President, Washington State University