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A Japanese Test to the Viability of a Hydrogen Powered Society

Under the “Hydrogen Energy Social Infrastructure Development Demonstration Project”, society-wide demonstration efforts are being conducted in order to study safe and easy ways to produce, transport, store and use hydrogen in the form of two projects.

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Agave a Potential Bioenergy Crop for Biofuel Feedstock

An article in the current issue of Global Change Biology Bioenergy evaluates the potential of Agave as a sustainable biofuel feedstock.

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Cella Hydrogen Based Synthetic Fuel with No Carbon Emissions

UK-based Cella Energy has developed a synthetic fuel.

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B-Class F-CELL  was  accepted by the National Organisation Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology in Germany

Thanks to the B-Class F-CELL, the employees of the German Federal Ministry of Transport will soon be able to enjoy local zero-emission motoring on business trips. This is because Dr. Thomas Weber, Member of the Board of Management of Daimler AG and responsible for Group Research and Mercedes-Benz Cars Development, presented a fuel cell vehicle […]

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The Solar Reactor To Produce Hydrogen Fuel From Sunlight

Using a common metal most famously found in self-cleaning ovens, Sossina Haile hopes to change our energy future. The metal is cerium oxide—or ceria—and it is the centerpiece of a promising new technology developed by Haile and her colleagues that concentrates solar energy and uses it to efficiently convert carbon dioxide and water into fuels.

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Lab rolls out hydrogen taxis

Employees may notice a new look to two of the vehicles that provide taxi shuttle service at the Lab’s main site: As the banners on these taxis indicate, they run on pure hydrogen. This results in near zero CO2 emissions at the point source.

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Greener Ships Powered By Molten Carbonate Fuel Cells

A new application of Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell (MCFC) has been developed by the European-funded MC WAP research project to be eventually used as an alternative power supply for ships. This will be cleaner and avoid the pollution of the marine diesel engines which currently provide the power in the vast majority of the world’s […]

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Hydrogen Will Be an Auto Fuel- According an EU Report

Hydrogenics Corp. as a part of a consortium of thirty organizations along with other global automobile companies, an NGO, major oil and gas and two government organizations released a study in Brussels in November.

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Qantas Australian Air Plans to Fly on Greener Fuel

Australian airline QANTAS is planning to build a biofuel plant in Sydney and has teamed with US fuel supplier Solena to investigate the construction of the world’s second commercial waste biofuel plant in Sydney, a move that could create 1200 jobs units. They will burn rubbish in an effort to power the airline’s fleet with greener fuel.

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Hydrogen Energy is the Least Polluting

An atom of hydrogen consists of only one proton and one electron. Hydrogen is the simplest element and it’s also the most plentiful element in the universe.

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