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Researchers at the University of Southampton have transformed optical fibres into photocatalytic microreactors that convert water into hydrogen fuel using solar energy.
The ground-breaking technology coats the inside of microstructured optical fibre canes (MOFCs) with a photocatalyst which – with light – generates hydrogen that could power a wide range of sustainable applications.
Griffith University researchers are aiming to unlock a catalytic process that will enhance the breakdown of water, into hydrogen and oxygen and bring Australia a step closer to creating clean efficient hydrogen fuel.
Electrocatalysis is one of the most studied topics in the field of material science, because it is extensively involved in many important energy-related processes, such as the oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) for fuel cells, the hydrogen evolution reaction (HER) for green hydrogen production, and the oxygen evolution reaction (OER) for metal-air batteries.
Hydrogen plays a key role in the search for future energy sources that reduce CO2 emissions and provide a stable energy supply.
Hydrogen is indispensable to successfully transition to renewables and meeting climate targets. It is the essential building block of sector coupling.
Scientists in Tokyo have synthesized a new thin film that could make energy production more efficient and cleaner
According to various Chinese media sources, a month ago, a research drone developed by Xinyan Chuangneng in conjunction with China National Airways achieved an uninterrupted outdoor flight of up to 331 minutes.
Researchers developed a promising graphene–carbon nanotube catalyst, giving them better control over hugely important chemical reactions for producing hydrogen fuel
New investigation method enables fundamental insights into electrocatalytic water splitting under real conditions
QUT researchers will play a key part in developing the green hydrogen export industry with projects to develop better systems of production, storage and transport, with the announcement of the Future Energy Exports (FEnEx) Cooperative Research Centre.
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