A newly developed hydrogen isolation process is more efficient and has a smaller carbon footprint, giving fuel cells more clean energy potential.
An MIT chemist has developed a practical new version of the artificial leaf that uses artificial photosythesis to create energy using readily available elements.
Berkeley researchers jumble the surface layer of titanium dioxide and create a photocatalyst that’s much more efficient at cranking out hydrogen.
NREL shuttles use the same basic technology as a conventional gasoline-powered engine but run on hydrogen fuel from the Wind to Hydrogen (Wind2H2) Project.
The Hawaii Hydrogen Initiative, or H2I, launched by The Gas Company and General Motors seeks to ensure fuel cell vehicles are supported by infrastructure.
The H2 Silo concept by Koren Bras makes use of a grain silo design to produce hydrogen from water via hydrolosis, allowing for futuristic farm vehicle fueling.
Tourists heading out to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island will soon be riding the first hybrid ferry powered in part by hydrogen fuel cells.