Tin in Hydrogen Generation

The hydrogen economy is still largely in the future as a concept, but there are already some uses and an increasing investment in visionary projects such as the hydrogen aeroplane. Tin has already been shown to have potential to significantly reduce the costs and sustainability of hydrogen production technologies, notably in use as a liquid metal to strip carbon from methane and as an oxide or sulphide photocatalyst to split water in sunlight.

Research teams push forward on renewable hydrogen production with tin

Research teams push forward on renewable hydrogen production with tin

A number of advances have been reported by research teams around the world developing renewable hydrogen production systems that use tin. According the International Energy Authority (IEA) hydrogen can "contribute decisively to solving the environmental problem and...

HyperSolar team announces breakthrough hydrogen production using tin

HyperSolar team announces breakthrough hydrogen production using tin

US startup HyperSolar have announced their successful development of renewable hydrogen production technology, splitting water in sunlight using platinum-doped tin sulphide. The HyperSolar research team, based at University of Iowa, have published a paper highlighting...

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