Reuters Last Updated: 05 January 2015|05:17 GMT At first glance, the Cape Flats Nature Reserve building at the University of the Western Cape doesn’t seem exceptional. Hydrogen is a renewable fuel and it produces no emissions apart from water and heat. PHOTO: africagreenmedia.co.za The modest two-storey structure hosts office space and utility rooms for the … Continue reading IN BLACKOUT-HIT S.AFRICA, COULD HYDROGEN BE THE ANSWER?
Graphene may revolutionize the world of renewable energy Graphene could change the way the world makes use of hydrogen in the future. A team of researchers from Manchester University in the United Kingdomhave discovered a way to use this material to improve battery technology and produce hydrogen fuel from air. The research team believes that … Continue reading Graphene can harvest hydrogen fuel from the atmosphere