In a groundbreaking leap towards revolutionizing microbial fuel cell (MFC) technology, recent research has unveiled a transformative solution that promises to reshape the landscape of clean energy generation and wastewater treatment.
As part of a recent collaboration between Toyota and power system manufacturer FuelCell Energy, a new standard has been set in clean energy production. These two powerhouses have teamed up to create the world’s first “Tri-gen system.”
Toyota has reached another milestone in its progress towards zero carbon with the unveiling today of a prototype hydrogen fuel cell-powered Hilux.
Researchers have successfully generated electricity directly from methylcyclohexane, an organic hydride, using solid oxide fuel cells, with lower energy than conventional catalytic dehydrogenation reactions.
The world needs greener ways to make chemicals. In a new study, University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers demonstrate one potential path toward this goal by adapting hydrogen fuel cell technologies.
Scientists at UNSW Sydney are working on ways to improve the efficiency and cost of hydrogen fuel cells, to increase access to clean fuel.
Researchers from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Sydney have set out to develop a new technique for analyzing and enhancing the stability of hydrogen fuel cells.
Researchers at the University of Central Florida (UCF) have made an outstanding breakthrough in ethanol fuel cell technology.
The quest for alternative clean and renewable energy solutions has never been more pressing due to the environmental and energy problems caused by fossil fuels.
Proton exchange membrane fuel cells, an integral part of electric vehicles, utilize proton-conductive membranes for operation.