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Bacterial fuel cells

Chinese scientists have modified a strain of bacteria to produce 90 hours of electricity on one table spoon of sugar.

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The Massive Cost of Fuel Cell Vehicles, Part 2

We now know the cost of producing and delivering hydrogen for use in Fuel Cell vehicles(FCVs) is exorbitant, and should preclude the use of FCVs. See Part 1. 599 more words


Toyota Plans To Be Done With Gas-Powered Cars By 2050

Thirty-five years is nearly half a lifetime, but that’s how long Toyota thinks it will take the company to phase out traditional gas-powered vehicles from its product lines. 181 more words

A Push to Carbon-Free Transportation: Can Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEVs) become a Viable Alternative and Market?

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Carbon dioxide, the gas most connected to recent global warming, represented about 82% of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) in 2013. Transportation accounted for 27% of those emissions, with more than 90% of U.S. 906 more words


DOE: Berkeley Lab Awarded $8 Million for Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Research

New projects for hydrogen storage and fuel cell performance aim to bring down cost of fuel cell electric vehicles.

With commitments from leading car and stationary-power manufacturers to hydrogen and fuel cell technologies and the first ever fuel cell electric vehicle to go on sale later this year, interest is once again swelling in this carbon-free technology. 1,058 more words


From UBC: "Fuel cells are the future: UBC expert"

University of British Columbia

October 1, 2015

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Before we get to this message’s main event, I’ll throw another brief shoutout to Pope Francis. Sure, he leads one of the world’s  1,573 more words

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