Pulling Fuel Out of Thin Air

Nonrenewable fossil fuels give liquid fuels a bad name. But not all liquid fuels are fossil fuels, and fuels don’t have to be dirty. (Arizona State University) – Fuels are considered dirty when they put new carbon dioxide into the atmosphere,... Read more →

How Blockchains are Transforming the Energy Sector

Interest in energy-related blockchains is soaring as the technology opens up new possibilities for solar producers and consumers. (Solarplaza) – Energy players are rushing to grapple with the potential of blockchains as experts warn the... Read more →

A Porous Copper-Based Alloy for a Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell

Advancements in porous anode material leads to improved fuel cells. (De Gruyter) – Porous Cu35Ni15Cr is an important material for the production of molten carbonate fuel cells, which represent a promising next-generation technology for... Read more →

Nano- and Microporous Materials Inspired by Nature

Using organisms as inspiration in the design of pore and channel based energy conversion and storage devices. (Xiamen University) – Global demand for clean sources of energy outside of fossil fuels such as oil, coal, and natural gas will... Read more →

Synchrotron Methods for Energy Materials

Curious about how to analyze devices for energy conversion and storage? This book was designed to help beginners quickly become experts in synchrotron based X-ray experiments on electrochemical systems. Investigate organic materials, bio-electronic... Read more →
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