Fuel Cell Today is launching its latest report at All-Energy 2013 in Aberdeen today. The report describes how the electrolysis of water to generate hydrogen can be used in conjunction with renewable energy sources to provide a number of benefits.
Six Projects Around the State Expected to Show Significant Energy Savings By Reusing Hydrogen Needed for Industrial Processes
The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) has awarded $1.8 million to H2Pump LLC of Latham to help accelerate the commercialization of an energy-saving technology while also helping state manufacturers reduce [...]
Duke University engineers have come up with a novel method to create hydrogen that also creates nearly zero carbon monoxide in the process. The materials used are nanoparticles of gold and iron oxide (rust). In April 2013 I wondered on this blog if iron is the new platinum – and it may very well be. [...]