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methanol

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Methanol Institute onboard with Open Fuel Standard Act

The Methanol Institute supports the introduction of the Open Fuel Standard Act of 2011 (H.R. 1687) in the U.S. House of Representatives.

By May 6, 2011

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Methanol fuel cells for gadgets gain steam

Direct Methanol Fuel Cell is working with Samsung on methanol cartridges for small electronics chargers while Toshiba introduces its own methanol fuel cell in Japan.

By November 2, 2009

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Two weeks of smartphone charging in your pocket

Brookstone will carry a portable fuel cell USB charger from Lilliputian Systems able to deliver extended hours of charge time for smartphones and other electronics.

By May 8, 2012

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Microbe helps convert solar power to liquid fuel

By pairing biology and photovoltaics, a new "electrofuel" system could build alternative fuels.

By March 30, 2012

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Want better EV range? Hitch it to a fuel cell

Startup Oorja Protonics has developed a methanol fuel cell to give battery-powered forklifts a lift and it's planning to apply the same hybrid approach in fleet vehicles.

By January 26, 2012

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Methanol fuel cells the latest in portable power

German company capitalizes on award-winning methanol fuel cell technology, designing wearable power for soldiers. The Jenny 600S delivers 25 watts of power for up to 20 hours.

By February 22, 2009

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A hybrid solar panel to make hydrogen

Duke researcher combines solar collector with methanol to make hydrogen which could be used to make electricity in homes for on-site electricity.

By August 11, 2011

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PolyFuel to demo methanol fuel cell laptop

Company converts a laptop to run with a direct methanol fuel cell, a technology that some consumer electronics makers are showing interest in.

By July 17, 2008

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Methanol fuel cell powers ruggedized computers

Lightweight fuel cell powers computer for up to 14 hours.

By June 24, 2008

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Sharp, MIT make strides in methanol fuel cells

Sharp claims a breakthrough in developing fuels cells for consumer devices, while MIT develops a material to improve efficiency by 50 percent.

By May 17, 2008