Japanese Car Runs Exclusively on Water!

The Japanese company Genepax has unveiled a car that runs exclusively on water. They even have a working prototype that was showed off in front of the press. They claim that using only one liter of water it can run with 80km/h.

Samsung's 1800W Methanol Fuel Cell Released for Army Use

It seems natural that military applications take over the new technology. It seems natural that people use their best to defeat others, instead of helping their civilians.
Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles and Battery Electric Vehicles, BETA and VHS?

Elon Musk’s “Hydrogen is BS” – Fuel Cell Vehicle Myth Ten

Elon Musk has a very bad opinion on hydrogen use in cars. He stated it in one of our interviews with him and with...

Hydrogen’s Recent Ascension as Fuel for Future Electric Cars

Fuel cells produce electrical energy directly from the chemical potential energy that is stored in H2 and O2 molecules. Using a Proton Exchange Membrane...

Progress Eagle, a Triple-Decker Solar-Powered Airplane Concept

With an ultimate aim of reducing the environmental impact of air travel, the AWWA-QG Progress Eagle Quantum airplane, an airplane concept, was designed with...

FCS Alsterwasser: The First Ship Powered by Hydrogen Fuel Cells

FCS Alsterwasser, the first ship entirely powered by hydrogen fuel cells developed by Alster-Touristik GmbH in 2009, has been operating on inner city waterways...

Phoshporic Acid Fuel Cells Explained by International Team of Scientists

The molecular workings of a promising fuel cell electrolyte have been unraveled by chemists. A team of investigators from the New York University and...

Methanol fuel cell – the Band Aid Version

Here's how you can build a methanol fuel cell, at home, from band aids, a Membrane Electrode Assembly (MEA) and some stainless steel bug...
Water Splitting Catalyst

New Hybrid Catalyst Generates Hydrogen from Water More Efficiently

Ripping water apart into hydrogen and oxygen can form the basis of artificial photosynthetic devices. These devices potentially can power homes and businesses, and...

Crude Glycerin from Biofuel Production has Great Unexpected Uses

Glycerin in its pure form is used to manufacture soap, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and many other products, but the crude glycerin is an impure form that is unsuitable for these products. But what if we could use it putting back biodiesel in its correct position of green alternative power source?