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New Phenomenon Shows Promise for High-Performance Fuel Cells

New Phenomenon Shows Promise for High-Performance Fuel Cells

Fuel cells produce electricity from chemical reactions without any harmful emissions, and have the capability to power everything ranging from portable electronics to cars. They could be more clean and efficient, compared to combustion engines. [More]
PowerCell Sweden, Swiss Hydrogen Collaborate to Sell High Performance Fuel Cell Systems

PowerCell Sweden, Swiss Hydrogen Collaborate to Sell High Performance Fuel Cell Systems

The Nordic leading fuel cell company PowerCell Sweden AB (publ) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Swiss Hydrogen SA, a Switzerland based company that develops hydrogen fuel cell systems for mobile and stationary applications. The two companies will cooperate to market and sell high performance fuel cell systems based on PowerCell’s stacks. [More]
Oxygen-Trapping Composite of MOF and Helper Molecule Holds Potential for Energy Applications

Oxygen-Trapping Composite of MOF and Helper Molecule Holds Potential for Energy Applications

Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are low-cost materials that are capable of separating gases from air and other combined gas streams. When it comes to separating oxygen, these materials fail completely. To resolve this issue, researchers have developed a MOF composite and a helper molecule, where both work together to isolate oxygen from other types of gases in a simple and cost-effective way. [More]
PowerCell Sweden Signs Distribution Agreement with South Africa-Based Powertech System Integrators

PowerCell Sweden Signs Distribution Agreement with South Africa-Based Powertech System Integrators

Leading Swedish fuel cell company PowerCell Sweden AB (publ) has signed an agreement with South African based Powertech System Integrators (Pty) Ltd (PTSI) to distribute PowerCell's products in Africa. [More]
UTA Researchers Develop High-Performing Materials to Improve Solar Fuel Generation

UTA Researchers Develop High-Performing Materials to Improve Solar Fuel Generation

Chemists from the University of Texas at Arlington have created new high-performing materials to develop cells that utilize sunlight to separate water and carbon dioxide into useable fuels, such as hydrogen gas and methanol. These “green fuels” are used for home appliances and to store energy in batteries and power cars. [More]
Unravelling the Mystery of Non-Platinum Catalysts for Fuel Cell Technologies

Unravelling the Mystery of Non-Platinum Catalysts for Fuel Cell Technologies

A long-standing controversy of fuel cell catalysts has recently been solved by a research team from the Faculty of Pure and Applied Sciences, University of Tsukuba. [More]
Taiwanese Customer Places Repeating Order for PowerCell S1 Fuel Cell Stacks

Taiwanese Customer Places Repeating Order for PowerCell S1 Fuel Cell Stacks

Nordic leading fuel cell company PowerCell Sweden AB (publ) has received a repeating order of PowerCell S1 fuel cell stacks from a customer in Taiwan. [More]
Platinum-Copper Single Atom Alloy Nanoparticles to Cleanly and Cheaply Perform Key Chemical Reactions

Platinum-Copper Single Atom Alloy Nanoparticles to Cleanly and Cheaply Perform Key Chemical Reactions

A team of researchers from Tufts University has discovered that an advanced type of platinum-copper catalyst needs only a limited concentration of platinum, in the form of individual atoms, to execute vital chemical reactions in a cost-effective and clean manner. [More]
Sandia National Laboraties Team Work to Advance Solid-State Materials for Onboard Hydrogen Storage

Sandia National Laboraties Team Work to Advance Solid-State Materials for Onboard Hydrogen Storage

A new tri-lab consortium called the Hydrogen Materials – Advanced Research Consortium (HyMARC) has been established to tackle long-standing challenges in the development of solid-state materials for onboard hydrogen storage systems in fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs). [More]
Linkam THMS600 Used in the Characterisation of Novel Electrolytes for More Efficient and Less Volatile Fuel Cells at KU Leuven.

Linkam THMS600 Used in the Characterisation of Novel Electrolytes for More Efficient and Less Volatile Fuel Cells at KU Leuven.

Market leaders in temperature controlled microscopy, Linkam Scientific Instruments report on the use of their temperature controlled stages in the study of the novel electrolytes that can be used in fuel cells. This work was carried out at the Katholic University of Leuven in Belgium. [More]