Ammonia-derived hydrogen fuel road-tested in a world's first

Hydrogen may be the zero-emission fuel of the future, but transport and storage has always been a head-scratcher. Highly flammable and difficult to ship due to its low density, the logistical issues have always stood in the way of progress, until now. Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) has road-tested its ammonia to hydrogen technology for hydrogen fuel-cells in two purpose-built hydrogen-cell cars... Continue Reading Ammonia-derived hydrogen fuel road-tested in a world's first Category: Energy Tags: CSIRO Fuel Cell Hydrogen

Ammonia-derived hydrogen fuel road-tested in a world's first

Hydrogen may be the zero-emission fuel of the future, but transport and storage has always been a head-scratcher. Highly flammable and difficult to ship due to its low density, the logistical ...

Wed 8 Aug 18 from Gizmag

Hydrogen-powered mobility edges closer with next-generation fuel cell systems

Scientists have made significant progress in the design of vital components used in hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. Improved features will lower production costs and help create a clean automotive ...

Tue 7 Aug 18 from Phys.org

Cars Powered by New Fuel Type Tested in Australia

Tue 14 Aug 18 from Voice of America

Hydrogen Fuel Cell & Battery Electric Vehicles Technology Rundown

Hydrogen, oh hydrogen. In the race to zero-emission vehicles, there is no clear winner. Battery electric vehicles require heavy batteries to carry them over long distances while the less-developed ...

Sat 11 Aug 18 from CleanTechnica

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