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Submission + - New, cheaper Solar-Hydrogen catalytic process (arstechnica.com)

Nefarious Wheel writes: "A group of researchers has taken another step towards directly converting solar energy into fuel, in this case, hydrogen. A new system that converts light and water into hydrogen is less expensive than many others, and the photoelectrochemical platform it uses is more reactive, efficient, and has a much longer lifetime."
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New, cheaper Solar-Hydrogen catalytic process

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