HyperSolar extends partnership to continue researching renewable hydrogen fuel production

Renewable Hydrogen - science research

Company has extended its partnership with the University of California HyperSolar, a company specializing in renewable hydrogen fuel production, has announced that it will be expanding its research agreement with the University of California. This was the first university that the company teamed with in order to advance renewable hydrogen fuel production technology. This technology leverages the power of clean energy, such as solar power, in order to make hydrogen production carbon-neutral and cost effective. Such technology is expected to make fuel cells more attractive as it will reduce their…

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HyperSolar extends research agreement with UCSB to make breakthroughs in renewable hydrogen fuel production

Extended research agreement may yield more breakthroughs in renewable hydrogen production technology HyperSolar, a developer of innovative renewable hydrogen production technology, has announced that it will be extending its sponsored research agreement with the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB). The research agreement between the two organizations will run through June 30 of this year. UCSB researchers had been vital in the breakthrough of renewable hydrogen fuel production technology and HyperSolar aims to continue benefiting from the university’s expertise in this regard. HyperSolar continues to reach milestones with innovative technology…

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HyperSolar expands hydrogen fuel research agreement with University of California

Two organizations agree to expand existing research agreement through 2015 HyperSolar, a developer of hybrid hydrogen fuel production technology, has announced that it will be expanding its research agreement with the University of California, Santa Barbara. The decision to expand this agreement follows a significant breakthrough that HyperSolar has made with its new technology. Together, the two organizations aim to bolster the existing hydrogen fuel infrastructure, accommodating a growing demand for new fuel. The demand for hydrogen has been on the rise since several automakers announced plans to launch fuel…

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HyperSolar extends agreement concerning hydrogen fuel production research

HyperSolar announces the extension of its research agreement with University of California HyperSolar, developers of innovative hydrogen fuel production technology, has announced that it has extended its research agreement with the University of California, Santa Barbara. The agreement will now run through December 31, 2014, and will allow the two organizations to continue working together on promising projects. The agreement between the two parties has birthed an ambitious research project that aims to make advances in hydrogen production powered by solar energy. Hybrid technology may be the solution to the…

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Solar energy may benefit through plasmonics

Solar Energy Plasmonics

Researchers focus on plasmonics to improve solar energy systems Support for solar energy is growing all over the world, which has increased the demand for more efficient energy systems that can meet the world’s growing power demands. Researchers from the University of California – Santa Barbara have been working on ways to address the issue of efficiency with solar cells. These researchers have taken a new approach to the matter of efficiency by focusing on plasmonics. Plasmonics is the use of plasmons, which are quasiparticles that are produced through plasma…

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HyperSolar discovers new replacement for platinum catalysts

New patent for platinum catalysts alterntaive energy research

HyperSolar seeks patent for new technology HyperSolar, a developer of hybrid alternative energy technology, has announced that it has filed a patent application alongside the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB). The patent aims to protect a technology that the duo have developed that could significantly reduce the cost of hydrogen fuel cells and fuel production. HyperSolar, with the help of researchers from UCSB, have developed a protective polymer that can be used in the company’s solar-powered fuel cells that improves the longevity, efficiency, and performance of these energy systems.…

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