A novel technology has been developed for hydrogen production from the process, which involves electron that is produced during the decomposition of biomass such as waste wood. The result produced after biomass decomposition is a high value-added compound, and it is a two-stone technology that improves the efficiency of hydrogen production.
7 Million Euros for an Energy-Producing Wastewater Treatment Plant using the Bio-Electrochemical Fuel Cell (BioBZ)January 17, 2020
The Clausthaler BioBZ joint project – awarded the German Sustainability Award in 2018 – will be continued with the “Demo BioBZ” project.
Center for Hydrogen Safety Announces Memorandum of Understanding with South Korea’s Gangwon TechnoparkJanuary 14, 2020
- Organizations will collaborate to advance the safe transition to a worldwide hydrogen economy
New York, NY-– A Memorandum of Understanding was signed on January 13 between The Center for Hydrogen Safety (CHS), a global technical community within the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), and Gangwon Technopark (GWTP), a government agency within South Korea’s Gangwon Province, inviting CHS to provide expert safety reviews of hydrogen fueling stations (HFS) and production facilities in South Korea.
Flying in a climate-friendly way: eCap and Breezer Aircraft cooperate E-Cap Mobility GmbH
The two companies, eCap and Breezer Aircraft, share the goal of making air traffic more climate-friendly. The provider of electric mobility solutions and the manufacturer of ultralight aircraft have now signed a cooperation agreement to create an electric drive for converting existing single-engine aircraft.
Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science (KRISS) Develops Core Technology for Quantitative Charging of Hydrogen Electric VehiclesJanuary 13, 2020
Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science (KRISS) has developed the core technology of quantitative charging, which is directly related to the commerce fairness in the era of the hydrogen economy.
- Key step taken for hydrogen-fuelled future
University of Sydney–In a world first, University of Sydney researchers have found evidence of how hydrogen causes embrittlement of steels. When hydrogen moves into steel, it makes the metal become brittle, leading to catastrophic failures. This has been one of the major challenges in moving towards a greener, hydrogen-fuelled future, where steel tanks and pipelines are essential components that must be able to survive in pure hydrogen environments.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Americans discard as much as 40% of their food, worth about $200 billion a year, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. A simple new method from Purdue University scientists could help cut down that amount of waste – and provide another renewable source of clean energy.
- Scientists at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht develop a new concept
Hydrogen is a clean fuel for vehicles, but storing hydrogen still faces many challenges. Material researchers at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Centre for Materials and Coastal Research (HZG) are developing hydrogen storage systems based on light metal hydrides. They have now published a new concept in the scientific journal Nature Scientific Reports, by which these systems can for the first time be refilled five times faster at a working temperature of less than 180 degrees.