Researchers find a new way to make hydrogen fuel cells more efficient

Research team taps into solar energy to produce hydrogen fuel A research team from the University of California, Berkley, has found a way to make hydrogen fuel cells more efficient. The team is making use of two materials, one of which is designed to absorb solar energy. The other materials is highly conductive and both materials are likely to improve the performance of fuel cells, particularly when it comes to producing hydrogen fuel. The materials are being used in a new photoelectrochemical cell, which captures sunlight to produce an electrical…

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