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New fuel cell plant the cornerstone of the sustainable energy management system

Diarmaid Williams write on the Cogeneration & On-Site Power Production website about a new fuel cell power plant in Germany. This is a good example of a sustainable approach. 326 more words

Fuel Cells

Question for the Detroit auto show: Where’s Tesla?

When press previews for the 2015 Detroit auto show open next month, auto writers and other industry insiders will get their first close look at gaggle of new environmentally efficient cars and trucks. 1,186 more words

Autos

Toward a low-cost 'artificial leaf' that produces clean hydrogen fuel

For years, scientists have been pursuing “artificial leaf” technology, a green approach to making hydrogen fuel that copies plants’ ability to convert sunlight into a form of energy they can use. 352 more words

Nanotechnology

Why Elon Musk's Batteries Scare the Hell Out of the Electric Company

Why Elon Musk’s Batteries Scare the Hell Out of the Electric Company
By Mark Chediak Bloomberg

December 05, 2014 6:06 PM EST

Climate: Now or Never… 1,823 more words

Electricity

Toshiba Develops Gold Nanocatalyst-Based Artificial Photosynthesis Technology

Toshiba Corporation announced the development of a new technology that uses solar energy, the power of the sun, to generate carbon compounds from carbon dioxide and water, and to deliver a viable chemical feedstock or fuel with potential for use in industry. 403 more words

Nanotechnology

Graphene may help Fuel cell technology

According to researchers, a weak spot found in graphene, could benefit the fuel cell technology. As per a research at Britain’s Manchester University, graphene is not that impermeable as thought and will allow protons to easily pass through it. 265 more words

Nanotechnology