Nanotechnology and the Hydrogen Economy

This video from Emerging Science and VermontPublicTV shows Walter Varhue, professor of electrical engineering at the University of Vermont, talking about nanotechnology. He looks briefly at using nanomaterials as a means of harnessing sunlight to break water into hydrogen and oxygen so we can use the hydrogen to power vehicles. This process could lead to the creation of cheap, clean energy, a promising component of the hydrogen economy.
Nanotechnology and the Hydrogen Economy

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