News - 22 Feb 2010
Spurred by global development and population growth, the world's energy needs are expected to double by 2050. The best solution to meet this coming demand is an energy mix that includes generous...
Article - 17 Feb 2021
The application of nanotechnology in green hydrogen production has increased the possibility of substituting fossil fuels with this sustainable form of energy.
News - 27 Feb 2009
A team of researchers at Penn State has come up with an ingenious method of turning captured CO2 into methane using the energy of the sun.
Fossil fuel use, ranging from electricity generating...
News - 8 Dec 2016
Greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide (CO2), methane, nitrous oxide, and ozone, are commonly seen as the primary source of global warming, which is on the rise and holds potential to threaten many...
News - 29 Nov 2007
The University of Massachusetts Amherst will create a new research center focused on the cutting edge of hydrogen fuel cell science, the National Science Foundation (NSF) has announced, awarding a...
Article - 5 Oct 2021
Research from Curtin University, Australia, has demonstrated a new method of catalyzing the reaction that splits water to produce hydrogen for clean energy using a game-changing electrocatalyst that...
News - 22 Oct 2010
Power plants that burn fossil fuels remain the main source of electricity generation across the globe.
Modern power plants have scrubbers to remove sulfur compounds from their flue gases, which has...
News - 5 Nov 2009
Scientists are making progress toward development of an "artificial leaf" that mimics a real leaf's chemical magic with photosynthesis - but instead converts sunlight and water into a...
News - 30 Apr 2009
A team of Vanderbilt engineers will play a key role in a new federal effort to significantly improve our understanding of how gases and liquids interact with solid surfaces - basic studies that have...
Article - 20 May 2021
The transition into the use of hydrogen has challenges and the use of electrolysis to break down water into hydrogen and oxygen has limitations for mass use.