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Hydrogen technologies



Environmental technology
Environmental science


Hydrogen technologies are technologies for creating electricity from hydrogen. They are related to the goal of a future hydrogen economy. The application of hydrogen technologies have the potential to play role in preventing climate change and are applicable in many uses.

The following list gives links to articles related to hydrogen technologies:

Additional recommended knowledge

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Hydrogen production

Fuel cells

Fuel Cells
Types:  AFC | BE | DBFC | DEFC | DMFC | EGFC | FAFC | MCFC | MFC | MHFC | PAFC | PCFC | PEC | PEMFC | RFC | rfc | RMFC | SOFC | ZFC 
Other: Hydrogen Economy | Hydrogen storage | Hydrogen station | Hydrogen Vehicles


Hydrogen infrastructure

Hydrogen storage

Hydrogen vehicles

Historic hydrogen filled airships

  • Hindenburg (airship)

Hydrogen powered cars

Hydrogen powered planes

  • Hyfish
  • Smartfish
  • Tupolev Tu-155-hydrogen-powered version of Tu-154[1]

Related technologies

Hydrogen is not in and of itself an energy source, because it is not naturally occurring as a fuel. The potential environmental impact depends primarily on the methods used to generate the hydrogen fuel.

Environmental

Nuclear

  • Generation IV reactor
  • Hydrogen bomb

Organic chemistry:

Miscellaneous

See also

Sustainable development Portal
Energy Portal


References

  1. ^ Hydrogen Powered Tupolev Tu-155 Development of Cryogenic Fuel Aircraft, Tupelov
 
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