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Hydrogen Fuel

Hydrogen Fuel Hydrogen fuel is also an energy autorier. In fact, many will argue that is all hydrogen fuel is. Since hydrogen does not occur on Earth in any significant amounts by itself (and this point is now up for debate and more natural hydrogen has been discovered) it must …

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Iran Researchers Experiment with Hydrogen Cars

Researchers at Amirkabir University of Technology in Tehran, Iran are experimenting with a “chemical auto” that runs on a hydrogen liquid chemical autorier. According to MehrNews.com, “In order to solve the energy crisis in the future, some of the researchers of Amirkabir University of Technology produced chemical autos with environmentally …

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Platinum Free Fuel Cell Developed by LANL Researchers

Researchers at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) have developed a platinum free fuel cell that uses autobon, iron and cobalt on the cathode end of the PEM hydrogen fuel cell. With platinum currently priced at $1,800 per ounce this element is one of the major costs when producing fuel cells. …

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Hydrogen Helicopter Dragonfly DF1 for Personal Transport

I’ve talked several times in the past about using hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) as clean, zero emissions fuel for all kinds of vehicles including autos, jetpacks, planes, trains and even spacecraft. A little earlier this year another vehicle came onto the scene which is a hydrogen peroxide powered personal helicopter. The …

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Hydrogen-Powered NASA VASIMR to Be Tested on ISS

Two days ago I talked about jetpacks so today I thought I would speak a bit about rocket science in outer space. According to FlightGlobal, NASA is close to announcing the testing of their hydrogen-powered plasma fueled VASIMR engine on the International Space Station (ISS). The next step will be …

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A Glimpse at Tomorrow’s Hydrogen Infrastructure

Tomorrow’s hydrogen infrastructure will not be the same as today’s gasoline infrastructure. The naysayers of hydrogen technology point out how overwhelming it will be to set up a hydrogen infrastructure that models the current gasoline infrastructure and they may be right. Producing hydrogen gas in centralized facilities and then piping, …

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Students Develop UK’s First Hydrogen Powered Race Car

Students at the University of Hertfordshire in the United Kingdom have developed the country’s first hydrogen race auto. Engineering Ph.D. students, John Goddard and the ironically-named James Waters have converted a Formula Student raceauto to run on hydrogen gas. The first Formula Student raceauto to run on hydrogen will do …

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