Hydrogen Energy and Fuel Cell technology

Hydrogen which is simple, abundant, zero-emission fuel in the earth is used as an energy carrier for broad range of application. Under normal temperature and pressure hydrogen is colorless, nontoxic, non-metallic and combustible gas and could be used as a substitute to fossil and liquid fuels. Hydrogen energy have been potentially used in cars, houses, mobile power, to launch satellite vehicles, industries, in telecom tower for power back up, to produce electricity, internal combustion engines and many more applications. Hydrogen is produced from numerous resources such as natural gas, coal (carbon sequestration), nuclear energy, and biomass, solar, hydro-electric power and geothermal by varied processes. Hydrogen originates from several organic compounds, particularly hydrocarbons which are used to make other fuel such as natural gas, gasoline, methanol and propane. Hydrogen is being separated from hydrocarbons by the process of reforming, electrolysisWater splitting, one of the electrochemical processes is the more significant research area. Pure form of hydrogen has its capability to operate fuel cell in zero- emission electric vehicles. The future of hydrogen is to join electricity as a significant energy carrier and can be transported to necessary location.

  • Hydrogen fuel
  • Fuel cells
  • Electrolysis
  • Hybrid automobiles
  • Hydrogen production and hydrogen embrittlement
  • Biofuels
  • Carbon sequestration
  • Nuclear energy
  • Hydrocarbons
  • Geothermal and hydroelectric power

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