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...
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,...
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...
ACAL Energy FlowCath Fuel Cell is Cheaper and Lasts as Long as Conventional Engines

Hydrogen Fuel Cells, Now as Durable as Conventional Engines

Aside from the expense of manufacturing a hydrogen fuel cell, ~$40,000 in the case of one Daimler fuel cell stack, lifespan is still lacking. If...

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.

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...

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,...

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.

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.

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...