Hydrogen Energy Project “Breakthrough”

By on February 21, 2005

Today, I come one step closer to realizing my dream of cruising to work in my hydrogen-powered Walking Forest Machine:

“Current hydrogen storage methods are expensive and suffer from performance disadvantages but we’ve developed a range of magnesium alloys which has the potential to overcome these problems,” said Professor Dahle.

“Using standard casting equipment, we’re able to produce alloys that absorb hydrogen like a sponge, store it safely for long periods and release it on demand when either the pressure or temperature is varied.”

Via PhysOrg.



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