The name ‘water-powered’ cars is misleading. The power to move the vehicle actually comes from the burning of hydrogen, which is derived through electrically splitting water molecules into hydrogen and oxygen gases through electrolysis.
Collecting Ocean Data Using Wind and Solar-Powered Autonomous Boats
By Sally Robertson
AeroFarms' Eco-Friendly Indoor Farms for Minimal Environmental Impact
By Sarah Moore
Reforesting Earth's Two Billion Hectares of Degraded Land
ZeroAvia’s Hydrogen-Fueled Powertrain for Zero-Emission Aircraft
The Self-Charging Lightyear One Solar Electric Car
By Brett Smith
Reaction Engines' Hybrid Engine for Revolutionary Hypersonic Air Travel and Space Access
New Device Purifies and Remediates Arsenic-Contaminated Water in Single Step
Distant Wildfires Contribute to Increased Pollution Concentration in New York City
Mission to Space to Reveal the 'Truth' Behind Climate Change
Artificial Photosynthesis Helps Address Environmental Pollution and Global Warming
Social Tipping Interventions can Help Meet Climate Agreement Targets
Addressing Global Warming Using Sunlight and New Nanoparticles
Platypus on Brink of Extinction
Accelerating the Development of More Efficient Carbon Capture Technologies
China’s Vow to Phase Out Single-use Plastics
New Tool for Sugarcane Farmers to Help the Great Barrier Reef
Zonetta E. English
Zonetta English discusses her goal to find the ideal technology to turn wastewater into renewable energy. Her findings on thermal hydrolysis will be discussed at Pittcon 2019.
Geoff Pocock, Managing Director and Founder of the Hazer Group talks to AZoCleantech about how the Hazer Process is producing clean hydrogen with Near-Zero Carbon Emissions.
Dr Michael Hardman
Dr Michael Hardman from the School of Enviroment and Life Sciences from Salford University talks to AZoCleantech about relocating the growing of food to urban areas.
Thermal studies can be carried out in a stable and controlled environment within your TEM using the Wildfire In Situ Heating Series.
The ToughSonic Chem ultrasonic level sensors measure a wide variety of liquids, from diesel fuel to chemical tanks, and possess deterioration resistance.
This product profile discusses vapor pressure in crude oil.