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Bioengineering algae to make hydrogen

The scientists say introducing an enzyme into the water in which the algae live suppresses sugar production and increases hydrogen production by about 400 percent without killing the organisms. Ultimately, the bioengineered algae could be used to produce hydrogen on a large scale because algae is abundant, prolific and hardy and there is nothing toxic […]

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Sustainable hydrogen fuel from spinach and sunlight

Researchers at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee have confirmed a system for converting visible light into hydrogen fuel based on an ordinary, off-the-shelf ingredient from the produce section of a local market: spinach. Fuel cells run on hydrogen. Given a cheap reliable source of hydrogen, they could power cars, homes, offie buildings and […]

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I-5 could be first alternative fuel highway in U.S.

The governors of California, Oregon, and Washington recently met to discuss having alt fuel the entire length of I-5. It would include biofuel, hydrogen, CNG, and facilities for swapping out EV batteries, which can be done in 5 minutes by Better Place stations for their cars. The Better Place network will provide fully-automated battery exchange […]

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