Hyundai, through a state grant to a third party company, will be getting a modernized fuel cell vehicle refueling station in California which will be open to the public.
Finnish researchers say they have found how to produce biofuel cheaply, while a US team says it can make hydrogen from water at less cost than conventional methods.
Colorado researchers say they’ve figured how to use heat generated from the reflected light of thousands of mirrors to drive chemical reactions that split water.
Some mainstream media around the world have a tendency to publish misinformed or, worse, systematically and falsely negative stories about renewable energy.
Hyundai offers up some of its fuel cell vehicles to an ambitious project in London that’s studying how to develop and deploy this alternative fuel technology.
Solid oxide fuel cells are now rolling off a highly subsidized production line in Delaware.
Acal Energy says it has developed the uber-hydrogen fuel cell which could allow for the equivalent of at least 10,000 hours, or 300,000 miles, of runtime.