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November 25th, 2004
Solar Energy, Nanotechnology Hike Hydrogen Production
Nanotechnology is leading the way for a British company, Hydrogen Solar, to convert light and water directly into hydrogen fuel.
"Hydrogen Solar developed a nanocrystalline material that will dramatically improve the production of hydrogen by using solar energy to split water more efficiently into its elemental parts," said Dr. David Auty, Hydrogen Solar's chief executive.
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