Decoupled electrolysis of water is a promising strategy for peak load regulation of electricity. It can store surplus electricity in the valley time and produce hydrogen with low energy consumption in the peak time, relieving the imbalance between the generation and consumption of electricity.
Researchers have discovered a material that is only four atoms thick and allows for the study of the motion of charged particles in only two dimensions. Such studies could lead to pivotal discoveries in solid electrolytes for batteries and other applications.
The work is funded by an $800,000 award from the U.S Department of Energy.
The University of Central Florida is helping to lead the country’s charge of obtaining 100% clean electricity by 2035 with a new $800,000 award from the U.S. Department of Energy to advance hydrogen fuel research.
HydroGEN, a UArizona-led project funded by the National Science Foundation’s Convergence Accelerator program, will allow researchers to build a national platform for hydrologic forecasting.
Mining waste could be used as an ingredient for cheaper hydrogen fuel production
Growing Potential in Soft Mobility – Myfc Sees Great Opportunities for Their Patented Fuel Cell TechnologySeptember 17, 2021 | 3 min read September 17, 2021 | 3 min read
Soft mobility – such as cargo bikes, electric bikes, taxi pods, vehicles for last mile delivery and more – is a segment where myFC‘s scalable and malleable micro fuel cells provide important benefits. For instance, in terms of range, charging time, weight and space compared to conventional fuel cell solutions and pure battery operation.
MissionH24 returns to Spa-Francorchamps on the circuit of its beginnings, for the first competitive outing of the H24, a hydrogen-electric prototype which succeeds the LMPH2G launched in 2018 at the same time as the program initiated by the Automobile Club of the West and GreenGT.
We are pleased to announce the completion of the first flight of our all-electric ‘Spirit of Innovation’ aircraft. At 14:56 (BST) the plane took to the skies propelled by its powerful 400kW (500+hp) electric powertrain with the most power-dense battery pack ever assembled for an aircraft. This is another step towards the plane’s world-record attempt and another milestone on the aviation industry’s journey towards decarbonisation.
The Near Zero Emissions Transtainer is an updated version of the PACECO-Mitsui well-established hybrid Transtainer, featuring a power module combination of larger capacity lithium-ion batteries directly providing power to operate the crane and a small engine primarily used to recharge the batteries.