Open Image…Save ImageOpen Image (using #TmpD/ia)… Currently when CO2 is trapped before it escapes into the atmosphere, the process requires a large amount of energy and equipment. Now MIT researchers have designed a capture system using an electrochemical cell that can easily grab and release CO2. The device operates at room temperature and requires less energy than conventional, amine-based carbon-capture […]

Los Alamos National Laboratory researchers are reporting that mathematical modeling can show how to safely blend hydrogen with natural gas for transport in existing pipeline systems. A secure and reliable transition to hydrogen is one of the proposed solutions for the shift to a net-zero-carbon economy. Anatoly Zlotnik, a co-author of a new paper on […]

Open Image…Save ImageOpen Image (using #TmpD/ia)… Illinois Institute of Technology research revealed a promising breakthrough in green energy. Their design is an electrolyzer device capable of converting carbon dioxide into propane in a manner that is both scalable and economically viable. The paper published in Nature Energy discusses the pioneering research. As the United States races toward its target of […]

An Argonne National Laboratory team has developed a new catalyst composed of elements abundant in the Earth. It could make possible the low-cost and energy-efficient production of hydrogen for use in transportation and industrial applications. A multi-institutional team led by the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory has developed a low-cost catalyst for […]

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory scientists are investigating the promising hydrogen storage possibilities of the common Earth-abundant salt chemistry known as baking soda. One of the most promising renewable energy carriers is clean hydrogen, when it is produced without fossil fuels. It’s a promising idea because the most abundant element in the universe is hydrogen, found […]

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