Posts Tagged ‘Hydrogen Power’
Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies, a Singaporean company will launch this week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the world’s first portable desktop hydrogen generator. Called the HYDROFILL, the device plugs into a power supply, a small wind turbine or a solar panel and automatically extracts hydrogen from its water tank.
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison could soon develop a new technology that will produce hydrogen from solar power and produces water instead of carbon emissions. Materials science and engineering assistant professor Dane Morgan and Ph.D. student Edward (Ted) Holby are working to bring solar powered cars that will produces water instead of carbon emissions.
ACAL Energy is a UK company that has developed a new way to reduce the price for fuel cells by 40% and the amount of platinum used in fuel cell by as much as 80%. The company’s unique FlowCath technology allows them to use a catalyst and a mediator dissolved in a water-based solution.
A team of students from Oxford and Cranfield Universities in England have designed a new hydrogen fuel cell-powered car, being to be unveiled next week. Autocar can reveal that the Riversimple Urban Car will have a far smaller fuel cell than in current industry prototypes and thus needs less hydrogen to be stored on board [...]
NASA in leading a team of university and industry partners to establish a renewable hydrogen fueling station that will make use of wind and solar energy to electrolyze water and separate it into oxygen and hydrogen molecules. Lake Erie will be the source of water used in the process that will fuel a mass transit [...]