No, not anymore. About four years ago I submitted my proposal, drawings and the results of the tests of my smallscael prototype to the DEO. They reviewed it and said it looked promissing but that I would need to build a larger, working protype and "prove" it worked. Then they would fund a full sized test. I didn`t have the money to go any farther. Soon more and more people were looking at hydrogen and I felt someone would take off with it. Then everything got bogged down with fuel cells in cars and all the media about how hard, expensive and polutting it was going to be to produce hydrogen from "oil or coal"
I sort of gave up until I saw your web site in a magazine.
Probable, the easiest way for me to explain it would be for you to go to PESWiki.com and click on oscillating water column.
my desigh has a baffel in the air chamber column to keep the salt air out of the turbine and another column to "pump " salt water to the electrolcise unit.