Boeing and NASA cooperate exploring Hydrogen Energy
A small lightweight system can be developed to extract hydrogen and carbon monoxide from the jet fuel, and use those gases in a solid-oxide fuel cell, which requires much less jet fuel to generate the same amount of electricity.
Catacel’s (a small company, developing a catalyst with the potential to benefit their fuel-cell system) can make the hydrogen-production process more efficient for these industries, reducing their carbon footprint while saving them money on fuel.
Catacel is also part of a project under the Department of Energy to adapt its technology for use in carbon-capture devices.
Want to know how a solid oxide fuel cell works? Watch this video
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