Tag: Fuel Cells - Page 5

  • Sierra Nevada Brewery: Beer Powered by the Sun

    September 13, 11:52 PM by Jasmin Malik Chua in Green Food

    By the end of this month, the Sierra Nevada Brewery will be almost entirely off the grid. Already, the brewery has four fuel cells operating 70 to 75 percent of the facility's power, according to Cheri Chastain, the company's sustainability

  • Microcab: An Urban Zero-Emissions Taxi Cab

    June 27, 9:20 AM by Sami Grover in Cars

    We've covered outlandish looking micro-cars before, such as George Clooney's Tango or the leans-like-a-motorbike Naro, for example. Now we've found another intriguing concept, the hydrogen powered Microcab, a low-speed (30mph) urban taxi vehicle

  • Aluminium To Kick-Start Hydrogen Cars

    May 21, 1:19 PM by Tony Bosworth in Cars

    Pellets made out of aluminum and gallium can produce pure hydrogen when water is poured on them, offering a possible alternative to petrol-powered engines, US scientists have

  • What's In The Pipeline? Hydrogen.

    February 11, 1:00 PM by John Laumer in Clean Technology

    At this link is a 9-page conceptual design paper outlining a prospective hydrogen economy: one based primarily on solar and wind power. The paper's authors are Greg Blencoe of Hydrogen Discoveries, Inc. and Dr. James G. Blencoe of the Oak Ridge

  • TreeHugger Picks: Car Prototypes for the Future

    January 3, 8:03 PM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    With the New Year just a few days old, TreeHugger is taking the opportunity to gaze into our crystal balls at what 2007 could bring in the green world. Prototypes are often the manifestation of these future-looking ideas; while many never see the light

  • Middle School Students Help us With Fuel Cells

    December 19, 6:53 AM by Mairi Beautyman in Corporate Responsibility

    For a fresh batch of ideas, who better to ask then 12-year olds? And dangle a trip to Space Camp (the grand prize) in front of them and who knows what they will come up with. This year, the annual National Engineers Week Future City Competition asks