Hydrogen

Aussie Brown Coal To Clean Hydrogen Plant Will Address Carbon Capture “eventually”

Proponents are celebrating Kawasaki Heavy Industry's planned construction of a coal to hydrogen plant in Victoria, which is intended to prove the viability of the clean hydrogen supply chain. Just one thing is missing from the proposed clean energy...

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Molecules Convert Visible Light Into Ultraviolet Light With Record Efficiency

Light-powered processes from hydrogen production to air purification could see a boost in performance under ambient light thanks to a new material system that can directly convert visible light into ultraviolet light with an efficiency that doubles...

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Neutrinos From Our Sun Hold The Secrets To Nuclear Fusion

Most people realize our Sun is producing light and heat from the fusion of hydrogen into helium. However, the process of merging together hydrogen nuclei into helium is not as straightforward as it might seem. Typically, there are two processes by...
Related topics: Neutrinos, Sun, Helium

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A New System Separates Oxygen And Hydrogen From Mars’ Water

Mars explorers will need more oxygen and hydrogen than they can carry to the Red Planet.Martian water may be able to provide these elements, but it is extremely salty water.The new method can pull oxygen and hydrogen for breathing and fuel from...
Related topics: Space, Mars

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Underground Brine Could Be A Source Of Oxygen On Mars

A new study tests a device that can efficiently split the resource’s water into pure oxygen and hydrogen in Martian conditions.
Related topics: Mars, Space

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Hydrogen-powered Heavy Duty Vehicles Could Contribute Significantly To Achieving Climate Goals

A partial transition of German road transport to hydrogen energy is among the possibilities being discussed to help meet national climate targets. Researcher have examined the hypothetical transition to a hydrogen-powered transport sector through...

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Collision Models Impact The Future Of Energy

A new database of electron-molecule reactions is a major step forward in making nuclear fusion power a reality, by allowing researchers to accurately model plasmas containing molecular hydrogen.
Related topics: Electrons

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G.m. Scales Down Nikola Deal

A new agreement, supplying hydrogen fuel cell technology from General Motors, is narrower than the partnership outlined in September.

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Gm And Nikola Agree To Massively Scaled Back Deal - Roadshow

GM only plans to supply its hydrogen fuel cell technology. No Badger pickup or EV tech are included.

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Scottish Homes Will Use 100-percent Green Hydrogen In World First

Scotland is set to start the world’s first trials of green hydrogen to replace natural gas for cooking and heating in 300 homes, the UK’s energy regulator Ofgem announced. Scotland’s gas company SGN will fit houses in the city of Fife with...

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Germany Dedicates $11 Bn. To Joint Green Hydrogen Plants Abroad For Imports To Power Its Fuel Cells

By Benjamin Wehrmann | – ( Clean Energy Wire) – A new project launched by Germany’s development cooperation organisation GIZ is supposed to prepare the ground for large-scale imports to sustain the country’s budding hydrogen...

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Unprecedented Accuracy In Quantum Electrodynamics: Giant Leap Toward Solving Proton Charge Radius...

Physicists at the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics have tested quantum mechanics to a completely new level of precision using hydrogen spectroscopy, and in doing so they came much closer to solving the well-known proton charge radius puzzle.
Related topics: Quantum, Physics

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An Approximation To Determine The Source Of The Wow! Signal

As of October 2020, the WOW! Signal remains the strongest candidate SETI signal. It has been suggested that the signal was produced by hydrogen clouds from Comets 266/P Christensen and P/2008 Y2 (Paris and Davies, 2015). However, this hypothesis has...
Related topics: SETI, Comets, Space

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Germany's National Rail Operator Will Experiment With Hydrogen Trains

Germany’s national rail operator Deutsche Bahn (DB) has announced that it’s developing a hydrogen-powered train with an eye to replacing diesel trains, CNBC has reported. The firm is teaming with Siemens Mobility on a new train, called the Mireo...
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Physicists Wrap Neutrino Detector In Cosy Blanket To Shed Light On The Sun's Secondary Fusion Cycle

Direct observation published for first time As we near the northern winter solstice, the Sun continues to produce a steady power output of 384.6 yottawatts resulting from the fusion of hydrogen into helium in two distinct nuclear reactions. Direct...
Related topics: Physics, Neutrinos, Sun, Helium

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Research Creates Hydrogen-producing Living Droplets, Paving Way For Alternative Future Energy...

Scientists have built tiny droplet-based microbial factories that produce hydrogen, instead of oxygen, when exposed to daylight in air.

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Highly Efficient, Long-lasting Electrocatalyst To Boost Hydrogen Fuel Production

When hydrogen is consumed in a fuel cell, which takes the water molecule H2O and separates it into oxygen and hydrogen, a process called electrolysis, it produces only water, electricity and heat. As a zero-carbon energy source, the range of its...

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A Step Closer To Practical Solar Hydrogen Production Via Elaborately Modified Hematite Photoanode

With the increasing pressure on global carbon emissions and climate change, it is urgent to develop cleaner energy alternatives instead of fossil fuels. Hydrogen is a clean fuel with zero carbon emission because it produces only harmless water when...
Related topics: Solar Power, Fossils, Paleontology

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Green Hydrogen: Buoyancy-driven Convection In The Electrolyte

Hydrogen produced by using solar energy could contribute to a climate neutral energy system of the future. But there are hurdles on the way from laboratory scale to large-scale implementation. A team has now presented a method to visualize...
Related topics: Solar Power, Space

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Designing Water Splitting Catalysts Using Waste-yeast Biomass

A novel catalyst synthesis method, capable of generating hydrogen from yeasts, the main microorganisms involved in alcohol and bread fermentation, has been developed. The new system can efficiently decompose water into oxygen and hydrogen, using...

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