Achieving an even higher range without exhaust fumes: The automotive industry and the aerospace industry are increasingly focusing on alternative forms of propulsion and are also considering hydrogen-powered fuel cells in their deliberations.
- When cars produce water as exhaust: Scientists at the TU Berlin are working with BMW to develop novel catalyst materials for high-performance hydrogen fuel cell cars
Edinburgh Scientists Receive Funding for Pioneering Hydrogen Storage Study for Decarbonising UK’s Energy SectorOctober 1, 2019
Geoscientists from the University of Edinburgh have received funding from the Engineering and Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC) for a £1.4 million research project to investigate the storage of hydrogen in the subsurface.
- Durham leading a national research project to decarbonise transport through hydrogen-fuelled vehicles and technology.
Durham will head up the £1million Network-H2 project working with Government, industry and other universities.
PNNL develops a durable, inexpensive molybdenum-phosphide catalyst that efficiently converts wastewater and seawater into hydrogen.
The hydrogen produced by the artificial photosynthesis, that is to say, dissociation of the water from the solar energy is an alternative production and promising energy storage compared to the use of fossil fuels and the growing use of batteries with significant impacts on the environment.
- SDSU professor Jing Gu’s lab is focused on renewable energy.
Films of platinum only two atoms thick supported by graphene could enable fuel cell catalysts with unprecedented catalytic activity and longevity, according to a study published recently by researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
- A collaborative study describes how fuel cells, which use chemical energy to power cars and devices, can be developed using nanomaterials to be more cost-effective and efficient in the long term.
BASF & BNP Brinkmann are Project Partners to Support DLR Research on Future Mobility Using Hydrogen Fuel Cell EngineSeptember 15, 2019
- Use of light-weight, natural-fiber composite produced with Acrodur® binder for DLR’s “Next Generation Car” (NGC) research project
- Presentation of NGC vehicle prototype at Composites Europe taking place in Stuttgart from September 10 to 12
As the second largest, institutionally funded transport research institution in Europe, the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- and Raumfahrt/DLR) uses its transport program to address the big questions involving the future of mobility.