Professor Darren Sun at Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University has developed what he calls Multi-Use Titanium Dioxide (TiO2), by turning titanium dioxide crystals into nanofibers. These nanofibers can easily be made into flexible filter membranes by combining them with carbon, copper, zinc, or tin, depending on the application.
The UK has just come out with a new joint government-industry report that calls for Britain to become a global leader in hydrogen car technology and projects a market share for hydrogen powered cars of 30-50 percent by 2050. The report, published by the UKH2Mobility consortium, is designed to help … Continue reading
Nissan is currently working on a next generation hydrogen powered car with plans to release it around 2015. While Nissan and other companies have shown off hydrogen powered concept cars before, Nissan’s new announcement is coupled with the release of its next generation hydrogen fuel cell stack, claiming that … Continue reading
An international team of researchers, let by Monash University, has found an efficient and possibly cheaper way to split water into hydrogen and oxygen. Coming up with an easy way to produce hydrogen has long been a goal of scientists as it would make it easier and cheaper to … Continue reading
Blacklight Power, the company that has been claiming that it can generate power from water using low energy hydrogen atoms they call hydrinos (which is a form of hydrogen that many quantum physicists say is an impossibility), now say that they will be conducting a public demonstration of its technology … Continue reading
Toyota hydrogen fuel cell test vehicle Toyota, all set to release a plug-in version of its Prius in 2012, now says that in 2015, they will release a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle for about $50,000. While other companies such as GM and Honda have been testing their own versions of … Continue reading
Blacklight Power, who I highlighted a couple of weeks ago, announced this week that they’ve gotten third party verification of their technique for generating energy from water. Researchers at Rowan University developed and ran a series of tests to “…establish whether or not BlackLight had discovered a new low-energy … Continue reading
This is interesting – BlackLight Power is a company that is claiming to be able to lower the energy level of hydrogen atoms below ground state, which they say will enable them to produce power for about 1 cent per kilowatt hour, using mostly water. The fact that many … Continue reading