An international commitment to fast-track the development of hydrogen energy worldwide has again put the focus on research to boost the role of Queensland and Australia in the new energy market.
Bacteria that turn sugar into hydrogen are being engineered by Macquarie University researchers who received a $1.1 million grant from ARENA, the Australian government’s renewable energy agency.
Researchers from the Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne have presented a novel hydrogen storage and refueling system. This could help the clean energy to achieve a long-term breakthrough.
Fueling technology with the potential to disrupt the hydrogen economy is recognized by the Federal Laboratory Consortium.
Multilab consortium advancing adsorbents and metal hydrides for hydrogen storage
LIVERMORE, Calif. — Hydrogen as a carbon-free energy source could expand into a variety of sectors, including industrial processes, building heat and transportation.
Norwegian scientists have developed the material, which can make hydrogen from water vapor instead of liquid water. It pays off, because heat is cheaper than electricity.
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.