Hyperfuel Labs, a new venture founded by MIT and Harvard alumni, has unveiled its industrial-scale testbed and a groundbreaking accelerator program designed specifically for emerging hydrogen (H2) companies.
MIT’s recent comprehensive study dives into the complexities of hydrogen production, proposing a pragmatic approach to enable industrial-scale clean hydrogen production.
MIT’s Electric Vehicle Team is making waves in the transportation sector with their latest endeavor: a hydrogen-powered electric motorcycle.
MIT engineers are on the verge of a clean energy breakthrough that could revolutionize hydrogen production and help eliminate the dependence on fossil fuels.
Trucks are responsible for transporting nearly three-quarters of the nation’s freight by weight, and most of these commercial trucks are powered by diesel fuel.
In order to create an H2-powered motorbike, the student-run MIT Electrical Vehicle Team (MIT EVT) has teamed up with Doosan Mobility Innovation (DMI), a developer of hydrogen fuel cell technologies.
MIT researchers have discovered a relatively simple technique to enhance the lifespan of these devices: adjusting the pH of the…
In a panel discussion titled “Options for producing low-carbon hydrogen at scale,” four experts outlined current and future initiatives to use hydrogen to reduce carbon emissions.
As variable and intermittent renewables account for a rising percentage of power generation, power storage and backup generation will become increasingly essential in supplying backup peaking power.
A team from MIT develops feasible guidelines for hydrogen generation from scrap aluminum. As the world moves away from fossil…