Georgia Tech students participating in the Shell Eco-Marathon event have spent part of spring semester constructing an ultra-fuel-efficient vehicle. Built in just six weeks, the vehicle was taken by the team to Detroit, Michigan, to race against international universities.
Hydrogen is considered to be one of the most promising clean fuels for use in portable generators, houses and cars. Hydrogen can also be sustainable fuel with no carbon footprint when it is produced from water using renewable energy resources.
A team of aerospace engineers at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology have created and patented a process that can be applied onboard aircraft while in flight to generate hydrogen from water (including waste water on the plane) and aluminum particles, safely and economically.
An internal combustion engine is not treated as one when it is transformed into a modular reforming reactor capable of making hydrogen available to power fuel cells wherever there is a supply of natural gas.
A Florida State University researcher has designed new materials that could be used to store hydrogen fuel more efficiently in vehicles or other devices that use clean energy.
Toshiba Corporation today broke ground on a new Hydrogen Application Center at its Fuchu Complex in western Tokyo.
Hydrogen is generally known as the fuel of the future, especially when it is utilized in hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicles. One of the main challenges of utilizing this technology for future sustainable transportation systems is the absence of a lightweight and safe on-board hydrogen storage material.
Hydrogen-powered cars could soon become a reality with a new, radical technique that process that enables efficient sourcing of hydrogen from liquid formic acid.
Air Products and NIPPON STEEL & SUMIKIN Pipeline & Engineering Co. Ltd. (NSPE) have successfully constructed and placed onstream their first retail hydrogen fueling station in Tokyo, Japan. JX Nippon Oil & Energy, one of Japan's largest developers of hydrogen fueling stations, contracted with NSPE to supply the station.
As part of ZELLCHEMING-Expo 2015 UPM showcases the Biofore Concept Car – a truly sustainable innovation. The Biofore Concept Car is on display from 30 June until 2 July 2015 at Messe Frankfurt.