Graduate studies at Western
World Futures 65 (5):427-435 (2009)
|Abstract||Fundamentals aspects of hydrogen economy, which include production, storage, and utilization of hydrogen, are briefly described. There are numerous advantages of hydrogen economy stimulating vigorous development of relevant technologies in recent years. These technologies are overviewed in the article. The role of fuel cells as direct energy converters of hydrogen to electric power is emphasized|
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