Double-Action Power Stations: Energy and Hydrogen

Gas power plants could be cheaply retrofitted to generate hydrogen as well as power, chemists say in a Royal Society of Chemistry journal. Full Story »

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by Katie Rose - Apr. 26, 2009

Though the lack of author citation puts this article's reliability into question (GreenProgress works as an organization and does not credit individual authors), the article is an interesting report on a new approach to technology in the energy field. The article could be made better if the theoretical implications of the addition of hydrogen creation in power plants (according to experts) were included.

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