No smoke without fire: How fuel cells and hydrogen change the atmosphere
Air Pollution / Climate Change / Emissions / Energy Economics / Fuel cells / Hydrogen & Fuel Cells / Low Carbon Energy / Uncategorized

No smoke without fire: How fuel cells and hydrogen change the atmosphere

Professor Michaela Kendall discusses how the use of fuel cells and hydrogen can change the atmosphere for the better. She also highlights the founding of the Midlands Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Network, a commercially-led, inclusive interest group which aims to consolidate the strengths of the hydrogen and fuel cell sector in the region. As everyone … Continue reading

Platinum: The Hydrogen Economy’s Achilles Heel
Hydrogen & Fuel Cells / Low Carbon Energy / Research

Platinum: The Hydrogen Economy’s Achilles Heel

James Walker, PhD student at the University of Birmingham, explores the impacts that platinum market trends are having upon fuel cell commercialisation, and highlights some Birmingham research which aims to mitigate these impacts. Platinum. Whether in a ring on your finger, in a filling in one of your teeth or in the catalytic converter in … Continue reading