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 […]

Rice University engineers have created a device that “turns sunlight into hydrogen” with record-breaking efficiency. The device integrates next-generation halide perovskite semiconductors with electrocatalysts in a single, durable, cost-effective and scalable device. The press release believes the engineers have set a new standard for hydrogen technology. The device is factually a solar driven water splitting cell. […]

A University of Technology Sydney team of researchers has created a new supply chain model which could empower the international hydrogen renewable energy industry. Hydrogen has been touted as the clean fuel of the future; it can be extracted from water and produces zero carbon emissions. However, it is currently expensive to transport over long […]

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. The reporting paper for the research has been published in Science. Hydrogen can power vehicles while emitting nothing but water. […]

University of Kansas and Brookhaven National Laboratory chemists have taken a big step toward splitting hydrogen and oxygen molecules to make pure hydrogen – without using fossil fuels. Results from pulse radiolysis experiments have laid bare the complete reaction mechanism for an important group of ‘water-splitting’ catalysts. The work means scientists are closer to making […]

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