Hydrogen from vegetable oil

Hydrogen fuel cells are seen as a means of energy generation with a future. Yet, if the fuels used to produce hydrogen are not renewable, the problem of depletion of fossil resources and their impact on the environment and the economy of a country inevitably resurfaces. Researchers at the University of Leeds, Great Britain, have just developed a method where vegetable oil is taken as a raw material.

source: http://www.fuelcellsworks.com/Supppage1053.html
http://www.solaroilsystems.nl

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