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New research takes a step closer to hydrogen-fuelled future

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New research takes a step closer to hydrogen-fuelled future

Post  bejoy on Tue Sep 19, 2017 1:11 am

Physicists at Lancaster University are developing methods of creating renewable fuel from water using quantum technology.
Renewable hydrogen can already be produced by photoelectrolysis where solar power is used to split water molecules into oxygen and hydrogen.
But, in spite of significant research efforts over the past four decades, fundamental problems remain before this can be adopted commercially due to inefficiency and lack of cost-effectiveness.
Dr Manus Hayne from the Department of Physics said: “For research to progress, innovation in both materials development and device design is clearly needed.”

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