Researchers develop new technology that generates hydrogen from natural gas

The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) has revealed a new technology that generates hydrogen from conventional natural gas, or renewable natural gas made from biomass.

This innovative technology could be the next big thing to advance California’s hydrogen highway, fuel cell vehicles and trucks as well as creating other valuable products.

The key part of this hydrogen generation technology is tiny channels, about the width of a credit card, that transfers heat to efficiently drive the energy into chemical reactions that produce hydrogen for transportation, electricity generation and other industrial purposes.

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