Article - 6 Nov 2008
Almost all small household electronic appliances and devices are powered by batteries. As even rechargeable batteries eventually wear out and will require replacement. Proper disposal of all batteries...
Article - 18 May 2008
Fuel Cells are mainly categorized by the type of electrolyte use. This in turn governs the type of catalysts needed and the type of chemical reactions that occurs inside the fuel cell. The type of...
Article - 1 Jul 2008
This article examines, defines and explains the various types of hydrogen fuel cells
Article - 3 Jul 2008
Built on world-leading proprietary electrolyzer technologies, Hydrogenics' HySTAT Hydrogen Stations offer a dependable supply of onsite hydrogen for a full range of industrial and energy applications
Article - 14 May 2015
Biomass like wheat straw is an inexpensive natural biopolymer found in abundance. It is rich in cellulose and hemicellulose, which can be transformed into bio-fuel.
News - 14 Jul 2016
Toshiba Corporation, a leader of the development of technologies for the low carbon hydrogen economy, today unveiled Japan's largest alkaline water electrolysis hydrogen production system*1,...
News - 11 Jun 2013
The only truly practical biofuels will be those made from abundant feedstocks like switchgrass, wheat straw, and other woody plants, whose cell walls consist of lignocellulose. After pretreatment to...
Article - 23 Jul 2008
Green cleaning products and green cleaning is increasing in popularity as people become more aware of their health, the dangers of some cleaning products and their often inflated costs. Effective,...
Article - 18 Jan 2008
Another concern in addition o climate change is the rising levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide and its potential impact on the chemistry of the ocean on Earth. About 50 percent of the carbon dioxide...
Article - 20 Apr 2016
Fossil fuels are not a sustainable source of energy, but the use of renewable energy is hampered by their intermittency: the sun goes down every day, and there are times when the wind doesn't blow.