This Paint May Pick Up Where Solar Panels Leave Off

Katherine Lin for NBC News MACH: A team of researchers in Australia have created an experimental paint that attracts water molecules from the air and chops them up to produce hydrogen.

Future trucks fueled by hydrogen created with solar power: Exhaust? Pure water vapor

Science Daily: Heavy-duty trucks will soon be driving around in Trondheim, Norway, fuelled by hydrogen created with solar power, and emitting only pure water vapour as "exhaust."

USC Team Develops New Method to Create the Next Fuel-efficient Renewable Energy

The fossil fuel fight goes on for USC scientists as they develop a new method for creating reversible hydrogen storage based on methanol, with no carbon emissions

NREL Establishes World Record for Solar Hydrogen Production

The new solar-to-hydrogen (STH) efficiency record is 16.2 percent, topping a reported14 percent efficiency in 2015 by an international team made up of researchers from Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, TU Ilmenau, Fraunhofer ISE and the California Institute of Technology.

NREL Pioneers Better Way to Make Renewable Hydrogen

Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) developed a method which boosts the longevity of high-efficiency photocathodes in photoelectrochemical water-splitting devices.

Toshiba Promotes Move to Hydrogen Economy with Construction of Integrated Hydrogen Application Center

--Using newly developed H2One™ solution for logistics facilities to promote hydrogen supply system business for fuel cell vehicles--

StratosFuel and Hydrogenics Enter into Strategic Partnership to Build Largest 100% Renewable Wind-to-Hydrogen Plant in North America

StratosFuel and Hydrogenics enter into strategic partnership to build largest 100% renewable wind-to-hydrogen plant in North America

Boeing delivers fuel cell energy storage system to U.S. Navy

Ryan Maass for UPI:  Boeing has delivered its reversible solid oxide fuel cell, for generating clean electricity, to the U.S. Navy for testing. The fuel cell system is designed to generate, compress and store hydrogen from renewable sources such as wind and solar to produce zero-emissions electricity.Boeing's delivery to the Navy follows 16 months of development. The technology is capable of both producing and storing energy. The first unit was commissioned on the Southern California power grid prior to its installation on the Navy's 'microgrid' for further testing. "This fuel cell solution is an exciting new technology providing our customers with a flexible, affordable and environmentally progressive option for energy storage and power generation," Boeing Advanced Technology Programs director Lance Towers said. Boeing officials say they were able to develop the fuel cell using their experience with the energy systems used for their unmanned undersea vehicles.   Cont'd...

Is Hydrogen The Key To Clean Fuel?

Essentially what we do is take hydrogen-rich materials and combine them with a polymer to make a plastic-like material that we can extrude or press into pellets or rods.

A new era for hydrogen energy unveiled by summer students at DNV GL

How can hydrogen help Japan transition to renewable energy? Students working for DNV GL this summer made the case for the floating installation 'Jidai' that produces hydrogen from seawater and wind energy.

Plug Power Completes Acquisition of HyPulsion Joint Venture in Europe

Plug Power Now Poised to Convert $20 Billion European Electric Lift Truck Market to Hydrogen Fuel Cells

Cal State L.A. hydrogen research facility wins Sustainability Best Practice Award

Cal State L.A. was recognized in the sustainable transportation category during the 2015 California Higher Education Sustainability Conference

Plug Power Acquires Full Control of 'HyPulsion' Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Business in Europe for $11.47 Million

Plug Power Now Poised to Convert $20 Billion European Electric Lift Truck Market to Hydrogen Fuel Cells

New method can make cheaper solar energy storage

Storing solar energy as hydrogen is a promising way for developing comprehensive renewable energy systems. To accomplish this, traditional solar panels can be used to generate an electrical current that splits water molecules into oxygen and hydrogen, the latter being considered a form of solar fuel. However, the cost of producing efficient solar panels makes water-splitting technologies too expensive to commercialize. EPFL scientists have now developed a simple, unconventional method to fabricate high-quality, efficient solar panels for direct solar hydrogen production with low cost. The work is published in Nature Communications. Many different materials have been considered for use in direct solar-to-hydrogen conversion technologies but "2-D materials" have recently been identified as promising candidates. In general these materials—which famously include graphene—have extraordinary electronic properties. However, harvesting usable amounts of solar energy requires large areas of solar panels, and it is notoriously difficult and expensive to fabricate thin films of 2-D materials at such a scale and maintain good performance. Kevin Sivula and colleagues at EPFL addressed this problem with an innovative and cheap method that uses the boundary between two non-mixing liquids. The researchers focused on one of the best 2-D materials for solar water splitting, called "tungsten diselenide". Past studies have shown that this material has a great efficiency for converting solar energy directly into hydrogen fuel while also being highly stable.   Cont'd...

Discovery in alternative energy production by Virginia Tech researchers may be breakthrough for fueling hydrogen vehicles

The method uses abundantly available corn stover - the stalks, cobs, and husks - to produce the hydrogen.

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