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Climate friendly fuel cells for hydrogen cars have come one step closer.
Researchers from the University of Bristol and Bristol Robotics Laboratory said they have created a fuel cell that uses bacteria to break down urine to generate electricity.
Water and some nano-structured iron oxide is all it takes to produce bubbles of solar hydrogen.
Auto giants General Motors and Honda announced this week they are joining forces to collaborate on the development of hydrogen fuel cells for automobiles.
Providing auxiliary hydrogen power to docked or anchored ships may soon be added to the list of ways in which hydrogen fuel cells can provide efficient, emissions-free energy.
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