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Falling costs are making fuel-cell vehicles look like a plausible alternative to conventional cars.
No other means of storing energy may be able to reach the scale required to run Germany on solar and wind power.
Caltech researchers demonstrate a clean technique for using heat and catalysts to split water into hydrogen and oxygen.
Researchers have found a cheap and easy way to store the energy made by solar power.
With catalysts created by an MIT chemist, sunlight can turn water into hydrogen. If the process can scale up, it could make solar power a dominant source of energy.
Proton OnSite’s lack of progress toward its proposed “hydrogen highway” demonstrates the low priority America gives this alternative fuel.
Stanford researchers say new materials could help lower the cost of producing fuel with solar energy.
The cells might eventually replace the turbines in high-efficiency power plants.
A novel low-temperature electrolyte could make solid-oxide fuel cells more practical.