Hydrogen: fuel of the future or a scam?

SCIENTISTS at Osaka University have created a new method to use sunlight to turn seawater into hydrogen peroxide, which can then be used in fuel cells to generate electricity, but the co-founder of Tesla Marc Tarpenning has argued that hydrogen is not the fuel of the future, but a technological dead end.

  • Haydn Black
  • 16 June 2016
  • 18:50
  • News
Hydrogen: fuel of the future or a scam?

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