Latest Hydrogen production Stories

2009-03-30 11:18:08

A tiny microbe can take electricity and directly convert carbon dioxide and water to methane, producing a portable energy source with a potentially neutral carbon footprint, according to a team of Penn State engineers.

2009-03-25 14:19:00

MORGANTOWN, W.Va., March 25 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Department of Energy's National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) today announced its plans to construct and operate a hydrogen fuel production-and-dispensing facility at the Yeager Airport in Charleston, W.Va. According to U.S.

2009-03-17 11:41:29

Single oxygen atoms dancing on a metal oxide slab, glowing brighter here and dimmer there, have helped chemists better understand how water splits into oxygen and hydrogen.

2009-03-13 12:52:35

Platinum is highly desired in jewelry and as a catalyst, but in both cases it is expensive. Now, Penn State researchers have found a way to replace the platinum catalyst in their hydrogen generating microbial electrolysis cells with stainless steel brushes without losing efficiency.

2009-03-11 09:53:48

For millions of years, green plants have employed photosynthesis to capture energy from sunlight and convert it into electrochemical energy.

2008-12-16 15:33:00

REDMOND, Wash., Dec. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Asemblon, Inc., announced today it has received an Energy Innovator Award from the U.S.

2008-10-14 12:00:25

SpectraSensors, Inc., a leading manufacturer and supplier of precision optical laser-based gas analyzers that enable the petrochemical industry to get cleaner, better fuels to market faster, has announced the general availability of three new products designed specifically to improve process efficiency in refineries and chemical plants.

2008-10-10 12:00:31

Neohydro Technologies Corp. (OTCBB:NHYT) is pleased to appoint Dr. I.J. Wilk, Ph.D. as the company's senior scientist. Dr. I.J. Wilk, a world-renowned chemist in the field of electrolysis, brings more than 45 years of experience as a Ph.D. commercial chemist. Dr.

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