Using aluminum and water to make clean hydrogen fuel - Expo @ E2Expo
Using the aluminum-water reaction to generate hydrogen doesn’t produce any greenhouse gas emissions, and it promises to solve the transportation problem for any location with available water.
Using aluminum as our source, we can ‘store’ hydrogen at a density that’s 10 times greater than if we just store it as a compressed gas.
It could be used in fuel cell vehicles, heat-producing boilers, electricity-generating gas turbines, systems for storing renewable energy, and more.
Douglas P. Hart - Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Laureen Meroueh - PhD Student
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