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In the quest for a low-carbon economy, a team of visionary scientists at the NTI Competence Center, specializing in “Hydrogen as the basis of a low-carbon economy,” within the Federal Research Center, Institute of Catalysis SB RAS, have achieved a remarkable breakthrough. Their innovation involves a novel material for electrodes in hydrogen fuel cells, opening doors to a more efficient and environmentally friendly future.
Hydrogen has long been hailed as a promising future fuel, but its transportation challenges and safety concerns have hindered its widespread adoption. In a breakthrough move, experts from the Competence Center of the National Technology Initiative (NTI) have unveiled nickel-based catalysts that could revolutionize the way hydrogen is transported, potentially paving the way for a low-carbon economy.
Russian chemists have developed a method for making catalysts that improve how well oxygen and hydrogen can be extracted from water. The Russian Science Foundation’s press service reported on the advancement of “Hi-tech”.
In order to advance the development of hydrogen energy, the Russian government, Rosatom, and Gazprom inked a collaboration agreement.
Тhе ѕtаrt оf раѕѕеngеr trаnѕроrt bу hуdrоgеn trаіnѕ іn Ruѕѕіа, аnd іn раrtіculаr оn thе іѕlаnd оf Ѕаkhаlіn, іѕ ѕhіftіng frоm 2023 tо 2025.
The Moscow Polytechnic Institute’s scientists used the hydride-calcium approach to create an alloy of chemically active metals for the first time. Such particles are very capable of absorbing and holding onto hydrogen, used for hydrogen storage.
The key to Russia’s competitiveness in the global hydrogen market, he said at the International Hydrogen Conference (IH2CON), is the development of technologies and collaboration, notably in partnership with partner nations.
The project manager is certain that safety is ensured, and the combination of water and gasoline is now a benefit rather than a theory.
Hydrogen is not comparable to the wind or even the sun. This, in my opinion, is the element that is found most frequently in space.