Cheaper Fuel Cells

Cambridge, Massachusetts [MIT Technology Review] Fuel cells still cost too much to be a viable alternative for internal combustion engines in cars — they require expensive materials and are difficult to make. Now, according to results presented last week at the American Chemical Society meeting in Atlanta, a new, simple-to-produce material boosts the performance of fuel cells many times — and could be a major step toward making them affordable. …
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