Washington State University researchers have made a key advance in solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) that could make the highly energy-efficient and low-polluting technology a more viable alternative to gasoline combustion engines for powering cars.
A new State Government project to produce renewable hydrogen and graphite from wastewater will use technology created by The University of Western Australia.
The Bavarian government officially presented its hydrogen strategy in Nuremberg on Friday. An important aspect is the promotion of mobility research.
In the project ‘Autostack Industrie’, five OEMs and various suppliers are working together in order to bring the key technologies in the manufacture of stacks – the core components of fuel cell vehicles – to industrialization stage. The focus of the project, which runs until the end of 2021, is to prepare the appropriate high-speed processes. The challenges are considerable, but the initial results are positive.
Basque Country: Energy Generated on Offshore Wind Turbine Farms, and Conveyed Ashore as Hydrogen FuelMay 27, 2020 | 4 min read May 27, 2020 | 4 min read
- UPV/EHU-University of the Basque Country confirms the viability of using offshore wind energy to produce hydrogen for fuel purposes
The generation of energy on offshore wind turbine farms is much higher because heavy-duty wind turbines are deployed and wind regimes are much more stable than on land.
Experiments find the sweet spot for surface area and bubbles to store energy
DURHAM, N.C. — Electrolysis, passing a current through water to break it into gaseous hydrogen and oxygen, could be a handy way to store excess energy from wind or solar power.
Hydrogen researchers at the Graz University of Technology, together with the Graz-based start-up Rouge H2 Engineering, have developed a cost-effective process for the decentralised production of high-purity hydrogen.
Hydrogen fuel cells made with coordination polymer glass membranes could produce as much energy as their liquid-based counterparts while adding strength and flexibility
Kobe University Researchers Develop Highly Efficient Hydrogen Gas Production Using Sunlight, Water and HematiteMay 13, 2020 | 9 min read May 13, 2020 | 9 min read
A research group led by Associate Professor Tachikawa Takashi of Kobe University’s Molecular Photoscience Research Center has succeeded in developing a strategy that greatly increases the amount of hydrogen produced from sunlight and water using hematite photocatalysts.
- Joint project started: “Electrolysis made in Baden-Württemberg”
Green hydrogen is an important building block for the energy transition. The climate-friendly energy source is generated from green electricity using water electrolysis.