The hydrogen economy offers efficient, environmentally-benign, large-scale production of electrical power. Well-to-wheel, hydrogen reformate in fuel cells is cleaner and four times more efficient than internal combustion electrical generators, and extends the life of petroleum reserves proportionately. Renewable wind-, solar- and nuclear-powered water electrolysis offers a sustainable supply of clean hydrogen. Technical issues have delayed the practical use of hydrogen-powered generators. This special issue of the journal welcomes contributions from authors that advance our ability to turn the hydrogen economy into a commercial reality.
- Advanced fuel cells, electrolyte membranes and electrode catalysts
- Advanced hydrogen generation by electrolysis, reforming, etc.
- Advanced hydrogen storage: hydrogen pressurisation, condensation and containment
- Hydrogen infrastructure: distribution from reformers, wind, solar and nuclear sources to fuelling stations for vehicle, residential and industrial applications
- Submission deadline: 15 August 2022
- Please read the Guide for Authors before submitting. All articles should be submitted online; please select “SI: Hydrogen & Fuel Cells” on submission.