IN BLACKOUT-HIT S.AFRICA, COULD HYDROGEN BE THE ANSWER?

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 can harvest hydrogen fuel from the atmosphere

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