Hydrogen and Fuel Cells

  • ID: 2183330
  • Book
  • 908 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Hydrogen energy is a hot topic in the goal to develop a greener and more efficient power technology. With water as its only by–product and its availability in all parts of the world, hydrogen promises to be the next great fuel source, but its production, storage and infrastructure remains a challenge. While car manufacturers have released hydrogen–powered vehicles, their commercialization is still in its infancy, due to the lack of an infrastructure to transport hydrogen safely and efficiently to a mass market.

Authored by 40 of the most prominent and renowned international scientists from academia, industry, institutions and government, this handbook explores mature, evolving technologies for a clean, economically viable alternative to non–renewable energy. In so doing, it also covers such broader topics as the environmental impact, education and regulatory developments.

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Policy Perspectives, Initiatives and Cooperations

Hydrogen Production Technologies

Fuel Infrastructures

Storages

Fuel Cell Basics

Stationary Applications

Transportation Applications

Existing and Emerging Markets

Safety Issues
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Detlef Stolten
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