UToledo receives $750,000 for hydrogen fuel research

UToledo receives $750,000 for hydrogen fuel research

The University of Toledo has been selected among 29 other universities and organisations to receive a total of $40m from the US Department of Energy (DOE) for new projects focusing on hydrogen fuel.

DOE announces $40m funding to advance [email protected]

UToldeo was awarded $750,000 to improve water-splitting, the process of breaking apart the water molecule, separating hydrogen from oxygen. The hydrogen, which produces only water when consumed in a fuel cell, can then be used as a clean fuel.

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