Article - 7 Jul 2008
Hydrogenics' Fuel Cell Power Products, available in a range of configurations, provide easily integrated solutions for a wide range of customers
Article - 16 Oct 2019
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...
Article - 2 Mar 2017
An environmentally friendly future must not only encompass a universe where recycled materials are continuously repurposed, but must also involve the complete elimination of pollution from all its...
Article - 1 Jul 2010
At the beginning of the 20th century, American drivers faced a fundamental choice: battery electric vehicles (BEVs) or gasoline-powered internal combustion vehicles (ICVs).
Article - 22 Jul 2019
Hydrogen-powered vehicles could represent the future of motoring, but are yet to make a large impact in the automotive industry.
Article - 25 Nov 2016
Power grids, energy resources, and environment are facing a variety of challenges due to the growing demand for power worldwide.
Article - 26 Aug 2019
This article details how Australia could be powered by certain energy storage technologies.
Article - 9 Feb 2008
Full cell vehicles are two to three times more efficient than conventional vehicles. The propulsion system of a fuel cell vehicle is completely different to conventional vehicles, and unlike...
Article - 7 Jan 2008
An experimental gas turbine simulator equipped with an ultralow-emissions combustion technology called LSI has been tested successfully using pure hydrogen as a fuel – a milestone that indicates a...
Article - 29 Dec 2012
Hydrogen is the simplest element consisting of one proton and an electron. It is the most abundant element in the universe, but is does not occur naturally as a gas in the Earth. It is always combined...