Graphene Charges Atmosphere with Battery Running on Thin Air

Graphene, the wonder material made of carbon that's impermeable to gas and liquids, could one day be used for hydrogen batteries,  based on research ...

Hydrogen Easier to Extract from Urine Than from Water

I know - it sounds gross, but obtaining hydrogen from urea is actually cheaper than obtaining it from water, through the same electrolysis process. The study is being led by Gerardine Botte of Ohio University and it all started from an idea to recycle the wastewater.

EasyJet to Power Aircrafts with Hydrogen Fuel Cells

EasyJet, one of UK's leading low cost airline companies, has announced their new plans to power planes with hydrogen fuel cells. Over the past few years, we...
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,...
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...

NASA to Make Its Future Rocket Fuel From Water and Aluminum

At first, I found it surprising, but when I did some research and had a second though about it, I learned that when NASA or any other space agency launches a space ship, it consumes about 773 tons of ammonium perchlorate, and releases some 230 tons of hydrochloric acid immediately after launch.

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,...

Australian Company to Ship Hydrogen to Japan as Renewable Energy Source

Australian company Renewable Hydrogen plans to harness  solar energy to make hydrogen and "bottle it and ship it to Japan on a true industrial...

NiFe Nanoparticles Raise Electrolysis Hydrogen Production by 300%

A company, named QuantumSphere, has designed a metal coating system made for electrolyzers, made out of nanoparticles of NiFe (Fero-Nickel, or in plain english, a combination between iron and nickel). This coating would cover the electrolyzers' anode and cathode and increase the actual contact surface with water by over 1000 times!

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.