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Speeding Up Hydrogen Production

By | News, Research News | No Comments August 17, 2019
  • Speeding up the hydrogen production by the magic topological surface states

The hydrogen economy is considered to be one of the best options for providing renewable energy and, thereby, contributing to mitigating today´s environmental challenges. The energy density of hydrogen is between 120-142 MJ/kg, which is much greater than that of chemical, fossil, and biofuels. More importantly, water is the only byproduct when hydrogen is used to produce electricity.

Ammonia For Fuel Cells

By | News, Research News | No Comments August 16, 2019
  • Team of UD engineers pushes cost-effective fuel cell technology forward

Fuel cells are pollution-free power sources that convert chemical energy to electricity with high efficiency and zero emissions. Fuel cell cars, trucks, and buses would allow people to travel long distances with convenient refueling and less of a carbon footprint.

Engineers at Lehigh University Create Promising New Solar-Powered Path to Hydrogen Fuel Production

By | News, Research News | No Comments August 2, 2019

Engineers at Lehigh University are the first to utilize a single enzyme biomineralization process to create a catalyst that uses the energy of captured sunlight to split water molecules to produce hydrogen. The synthesis process is performed at room temperature and under ambient pressure, overcoming the sustainability and scalability challenges of previously reported methods.

Chemnitz University of Technology and Continental Powertrain are Cooperatively Developing Advanced Fuel Cell Systems

By | News, Research News | No Comments July 17, 2019
  • High-Performance Testing for Fuel Cell Research
  • Technology company Continental AG is expanding its fuel cell technology sector

In strategic cooperation with the Chemnitz University of Technology Professorship of Advanced Powertrains (ALF), the newly established Fuel Cell Laboratory for Fuel Cell Technology was dedicated on 17 July.