Stanford scientists create low-cost clean energy from H2O

Stanford researchers have developed an inexpensive device that uses light to split water into oxygen and clean-burning hydrogen. The goal is to supplement solar cells with hydrogen-powered fuel cells that can generate electricity when the sun isn’t shining or demand is high.

via Stanford scientists create a durable, low-cost water splitter made of silicon and nickel | Stanford News Release.

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