Tag: Hydrogen Fuel

Finnair participates in study for CO2 and hydrogen fuels pilot

Finnair participates in study for CO2 and hydrogen fuels pilot

December 21, 2019 |

In Finland, Finnair, Lappeenranta-Lahti University of Technology LUT, and a group of other companies have started a feasibility study for a synthetic fuels pilot production plant. The pilot plant would use CO2 from Finnsementti cement facility in Lappeenranta and the excess hydrogen from Kemira’s production as main raw materials. CO2 and hydrogen can be brought […]

Read More

Danish researchers look to make hydrogen fuel cells bio

Danish researchers look to make hydrogen fuel cells bio

October 28, 2015 |

In Denmark, researchers at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) have embarked upon research looking at biomaterials for use in hydrogen fuel cells to replace toxic materials such as platinum. Developing a 100% organic biocatalyst for a fuel cell is the goal of the Danish Council for Independent Research-funded project. By mixing enzymes with graphene […]

Read More

US DOE Announces New Investments towards Cost-Competitive Hydrogen Fuel

US DOE Announces New Investments towards Cost-Competitive Hydrogen Fuel

February 14, 2013 |

In Washington, the US Energy Department announced a $1 million investment to analyze and evaluate potential cost-competitive pathways for producing and transporting hydrogen fuel. The project selected—led by Strategic Analysis, Inc. in Arlington, Virginia—will identify cost-effective and efficient materials and processes to produce hydrogen from renewable energy sources. This investment supports the Energy Department’s broader […]

Read More