U.S. Navy Fuel Cells Produce More Fuel From Seawater

The U.S. Navy is looking at a way to extract hydrogen from seawater while capturing carbon dioxide to be used in fuel cells. Fuel cells...

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?

Zinc Oxide Crystal Acting as Piezoelectric Material To Get Hydrogen From Water

A team of researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison have just discovered that crystals of zinc oxide, if submerged, absorb its vibrations and act like a piezoelectric material, developing areas of strong negative and positive charges.
Mazda RX8 HRE Concept, Key to Mazda RX9 Future?

Rumored Mazda RX9 Rotary Hybrid Electric Vehicle in the Works?

The rumors surface from time to time, but Mazda's future plans are fairly quiet and unassuming. Still, for those who loved the late Mazda...
Toyota Mirai, the world's first production hydrogen fuel cell vehicle, is changing everything.

Toyota Mirai Coming to Japan and California

The 2016 Toyota Mirai, world’s first production hydrogen fuel cell vehicle, will arrive in California and Japan dealers by the second half of 2015,...

Toyota Tri-Gen: Water, Electricity and Hydrogen from Bio-Waste

Toyota plans to go all out for its 100% sustainable new project to build the world’s first megawatt-scale carbonate fuel cell power generation plant,...

Solar Supercapacitor Generates Both Electricity and Hydrogen

Hydrogen is a much cleaner option than other renewable energy sources, only if not derived from methane that involves carbon dioxide emission. Another limitation of...

Carbonized Chicken Feathers Better Than Carbon Nanotubes at Storing Hydrogen

Delaware University scientists have found that not only the latest hi-tech nanotubes or metal composites can store hydrogen effectively, but also a substance that's been around for millions of years, naturally: carbonized keratin.

Nostoc Bacteria Could Be Used as Hydrogen Source

Scientists from the University of Sheffield, UK have demonstrated that some bacteria named Nostoc could be used to power our future hydrogen cars. Their research was published in the journal Bioinformatics, and it could have powerful green consequences for the environment.

Water Splitting Using Zero Point Energy

Many older and recent inventions claim anomalies while trying to produce energetic phenomena from water. Some of them use standard electrolysis to produce hydrogen,...