Nel, the world’s largest hydrogen electrolyzer manufacturer, provides optimal green hydrogen solutions using alkaline and Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) electrolyzer technologies. Since its...
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...
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...
News - 12 Jun 2009
Sony Corporation (Tokyo, Japan) today announced the realization of a mercury-free alkaline button battery (LR), and plans to commercialize six models of those environmentally conscious batteries....
News - 22 Jan 2008
An energy materials research group in alkaline polymer fuel cells lead by Dr John Varcoe at the University of Surrey has been awarded £292k by the EPSRC to develop new low-temperature fuel cells...
News - 7 Aug 2015
One of the key necessities for life on our planet is electricity. That's not to say that life requires a plug and socket, but everything from shrubs to ants to people harnesses energy via the...
News - 29 Jan 2009
Researchers in Texas are reporting that quantum dots (QDs) — a product of the revolution in nanotechnology increasingly used in electronics, solar cells, and medical imaging devices — may...
Article - 18 May 2008
A fuel cell is a device that combines chemical energy from fuel with an oxidizing agent to produce electricity.
News - 29 Mar 2017
Alabama Graphite Corp. is pleased to provide the following independent results from downstream four-terminal sensing resistivity testing of its 100% sourced-in-USA and manufactured-in-USA...