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Newly formed company Sun Catalytix says that the only way to bring energy to world's poor is capturing and storing solar energy in distributed fuel cell systems.
Researchers at Idaho National Labs are developing a technology, with roots in nuclear energy, for squeezing more fuel from agricultural residue using clean electricity.
Inspired by photosythesis, chemistry researchers at MIT devise a catalyst that can help store the sun's energy by splitting hydrogen and oxygen from water.
The filling station, which will also dispense gasoline, is a baby step toward "mini networks" of fuel cell vehicles and ultimately, cleaner energy sources for hydrogen.