Grant Awarded For Hydrogen Research At U Of M

(WLNS) – University of Michigan researchers have been awarded over $1 million from the department of energy to look into developing hydrogen powered cars.

The team will use the grant to explore more efficient materials for hydrogen fuel cells who’s only emission would be water.

Which, they say, is a lot better for the environment.

The team would like to use man-made compounds called metal organic fireworks, which can store hydrogen and emit water.

So far, the team has discovered about 4,000 of those compounds.

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