This document from the Great Lakes Fuel Cell Education Partnership explores job opportunities in fuel cell technologies. The industry employs engineers, chemists, factory workers, technical operators and many other...
This paper from the United States Department of Energy looks at the state of fuel cells and their use in the United States for the year 2010. The document is quite extensive and includes financial data, information on...
This paper from George Wand outlines the history of fuel cells and hydrogen use, beginning with historical information on battery powered electric vehicles and moving through the decades and development of a variety of...
This presentation provides a basic introduction to the chemistry involved with fuel cell technology. The material covers chemical bonds, some basic atomic properties, the Noble Gas Theory and how the chemistry of fuel...
This article, which originally appeared in Home Power magazine, outlines how to make electricity using hydrogen. The material outlines using a "cookbook approach" to building a fuel cell. A step by step process for...
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