International Collaboration in Biohydrogen
Over the last two decades, federal, state, and local institutions have been actively involved in developing technologies to reduce or eliminate air pollution. Hydrogen has great promise as an energy carrier and fuel in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and other toxic emissions from end-use technologies. However, hydrogen is not found in the free state in nature but must be produced from primary energy sources. Producing hydrogen from renewable energy offers the potential for cooperative pre-proprietary research and development projects due to their long-term nature and high risk associated with these technologies.
KeywordsHydrogen Production Photosynthetic Bacterium Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell International Energy Agency Dark Fermentation
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