You'll be able to buy the company's water vapor-emitting car next year.
We're big fans of hydrogen bonds, and you should be too. Here, for the first time, is what they look like.
Scientists in Colorado have developed a new technique that changes the way water can be split, potentially leading to inexpensive hydrogen fuel.
An unmanned drone using liquid hydrogen as its fuel has successfully completed the first of many tests needed before being cleared for flight. The aircraft, known as the Phantom Eye, undertook a medium-speed taxi along 4,000 feet of runway at Edwards Air Force base, reaching speeds of 34.5 mph.
We love water toys with interesting propulsion systems, and the new MIG 675 cruiser will certainly fit the bill. It will reportedly produce its own fuel by using an onboard generator to harvest hydrogen directly from the seawater itself.
Hydrogen is definitely the fuel of the future. Or, it would be, if we had a fast and easy way to make all the hydrogen we need instead of sucking it out of hydrocarbons like natural gas. It now looks like the way to go is just harnessing bacteria to do all the hard work for us, for free.
Why haven't hydrogen fuel cells caught on yet? I'll tell you why: you can't suck hydrogen refills out of your outlets. Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies solves this problem with a desktop generator that uses electricity to create hydrogen from water.
Phillip Dean, a graduate of the Coventry University specializing in transportation design, designed the C-XC as part of a job placement assignment with Jaguar. With sleek stylings like that, we hope he got the job. On paper, the C-XC is...
The hydrogen breakthroughs just keep on coming. Here's another one, where Greek scientists have figured out how to store more hydrogen-per-liter than ever by using the newfangled carbon nanotubes you see in the illustration above. This is good news,...
Our Air Force has a couple different sources of fuel for its jets, one of them being a blend derived from coal. Problem is, both the process used to turn coal into fuel and burning said fuel in flight...