Fuel Cell Technology Market 2021 Industry Size, Trends, Market Share, Key Players, New Growth Opportunities, Regional Analysis and Forecast to 2025

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Dec 04, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
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The Fuel Cell Technology market revenue was 4817 Million USD in 2019, and will reach 12561 Million USD in 2025, with a CAGR of 17.32% during 2020-2025. Fuel cells are used for converting chemical energy into electrical energy. The conversion takes place via electromagnetically reactions,

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Shuttering fossil fuel power plants may cost less than expected — ScienceDaily

Decarbonizing U.S. electricity production will require both construction of renewable energy sources and retirement of power plants now operated by fossil fuels. A generator-level model described in the December 4 issue of the journal Science suggests that most fossil fuel power plants could complete normal lifespans and still close by 2035 because so many facilities are nearing the end of their operational lives.

Meeting a 2035 deadline for decarbonizing U.S. electricity production, as proposed by the incoming U.S. presidential administration, would eliminate just 15% of the capacity-years left in plants powered by fossil fuels, says the article by Emily Grubert, a Georgia Institute of Technology researcher. Plant retirements are already underway, with 126 gigawatts of fossil generator capacity taken out of production between 2009 and 2018, including 33 gigawatts in 2017 and 2018 alone.

“Creating an electricity system that does not contribute to climate change is actually two processes —

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Manned Mission To Mars Close To Possibility As New Tech Transforms Salty Water To Oxygen And Fuel


  • Unlike NASA’s MOXIE, this new technology can produce oxygen and hydrogen from salty water
  • The team behind this device wants to partner with NASA for its goal of bringing humans to Mars by 2023
  • Apart from Martian missions, the new technology is also useful on Earth

Access to water and fuel remains to be the biggest barrier to manned missions to Mars. The good news is that a new electrolyzer technology could trample that obstacle, making it possible for humans to survive the extreme conditions on the Red Planet. 

A team of engineers developed an electrolyzer device that can turn salty water into fuel and oxygen. Details of their development were published in the proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

This device can produce 25 times more oxygen than NASA’s Mars Oxygen In-Situ Resource Utilization Experiment (MOXIE), which is currently used by the Perseverance rover that’s currently

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Mars colonists could get fuel and oxygen from water on the Red Planet

Colonists on Mars could one day generate fuel and oxygen from saltwater on the Red Planet, a new study finds.

An artist's illustration of astronauts mining water on Mars.

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An artist’s illustration of astronauts mining water on Mars.

The novel technology behind this advance could also help submarines generate oxygen from seawater on Earth, researchers said.

In order to live on Mars, any potential colonists will need oxygen to breathe and fuels such as hydrogen gas to power their equipment. Any water they find on the Red Planet will therefore prove invaluable, as they can use electricity and other methods to break water down into both hydrogen and oxygen.

Related: How living on Mars could challenge colonists (infographic) 

“Mars is a long way out there, and we are limited in the amount of stuff we can bring with us, so if we can utilize resources already present there, that’s more economical and more viable

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New technology to create fuel and oxygen on Mars could help humans explore the deep sea here on Earth

  • A new technology developed by a team of engineers at the Washington University in St Louis can directly coerce oxygen and hydrogen from salty water, making the process much cheaper.
  • When humans eventually do visit Mars, this new technology could help them breathe on the alien planet and create fuel for the trip back home.
  • Meanwhile, on Earth, the same technology could allow for longer submarine missions and deep-sea exploration of uncharted waters.

A new technology that turns Mars’ salty water into fuel and oxygen could be an even bigger boon for defence and exploration here on Earth.

Taking briny water and turning it into hydrogen and oxygen isn’t easy. Still, engineers at the Washington University in St Louis have found a new way to coerce oxygen and hydrogen directly from saltwater.

The process can produce 25 times more oxygen than the Mars Oxygen In-Situ Resource Utilisation Experiment (MOXIE) using

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Curiosity and Creativity Fuel Advancements in Pancreatic Cancer Research

WOODBURY, N.Y., Nov. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — From cancer to COVID to computer technology, innovation often begins as a spark of creativity lit by a researcher’s curiosity. Whether viewing existing research through a different lens or bringing a new perspective to an unaddressed problem, what happens in the lab depends a lot on the individual researcher puzzling over data.

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Scientific research—when seen only from a distance, on television or the news—can appear sterile, antiseptic, formulaic. Goggled workers in white coats wielding pipettes offer us only a tiny glimpse of the creativity it takes to tackle tough challenges like pancreatic cancer. Speak to the young, ambitious, driven researchers working on this disease and you’ll hear inspiring ways they find and nurture the spark they need to tackle such a demanding project.

For Tobiloba Oni, working at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, in suburban

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New technology will allow astronauts to transform salt water on Mars into oxygen and fuel

New technology will allow astronauts to transform salt water on Mars into oxygen and fuel when they land on the Red Planet in 2033

  • The system is designed with  two sides – one splits the water to form a hydroxyl ion and the other splits it again to produce oxygen
  • It produces 25 times more oxygen than NASA’s MOXIE that is heading to Mars
  • The system would work continuously on Mars and could be used in the deep sea 

There is water on Mars, but much of it is frozen and the rest is teaming with salt – rendering it useless to future astronauts who are set to land on the planet by 2033.

Now, a team from Washington University in St. Louise has developed a system that transforms the unusable water

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New tech can get oxygen, fuel from Mars’s salty water

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When it comes to water and Mars, there’s good news and not-so-good news. The good news: there’s water on Mars! The not-so-good news?

There’s water on Mars.

The Red Planet is very cold; water that isn’t frozen is almost certainly full of salt from the Martian soil, which lowers its freezing temperature.

You can’t drink salty water, and the usual method using electricity (electrolysis) to break it down into oxygen (to breathe) and hydrogen (for fuel) requires removing the salt; a cumbersome, costly endeavor in a harsh, dangerous environment.

If oxygen and hydrogen could be directly coerced out of briny water, however, that brine electrolysis process would be much less complicated—and less expensive.

Engineers at the McKelvey School of Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis have developed a system that does just that. Their research was published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy

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Wolff warns of “fuel and oil war” with new F1 engines

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff has cautioned against a “fuel and oil war” as Formula 1 continues its push for sustainability with the next set of power unit regulations.

a person wearing a mask: Toto Wolff, Executive Director (Business), Mercedes AMG

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Toto Wolff, Executive Director (Business), Mercedes AMG

The new rules are currently under discussion, and sustainability and lower costs the prime targets as the sport tries to attract new manufacturers.

Synthetic fuels are being phased in within the current hybrid regulations, and are set to play a bigger role in the future.

However, Wolff warned that they should not become an expensive performance differentiator as teams work with their respective suppliers.

“It’s very clear that batteries are getting ever more efficient, and that energy reconversion is happening,” he said of the direction the rules should take.

“I think more sustainable fuels, whether it is synthetic fuels or something else, can be very interesting.

“But they

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6 Top Stocks Under $10 This Past Week: Fuel Tech Rises

Stocks were rising Friday in lighter-than-normal volume following the Thanksgiving holiday.

U.S. stock markets will close at 1 p.m. ET on Friday and bond markets will close an hour later.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 127 points, or 0.43%, to 30,000, the S&P gained 0.35% and the Nasdaq rose 0.64% and traded at an intraday high.

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Here are the best stocks under a $10 share price by their performance in percentage change in the last five sessions of trading. The stocks selected must be less than a $10 share price at the time of publishing.

1. Fuel Tech FTEK | Increased +365.77% | Price $5.04

Fuel Tech  (FTEK) – Get Report provides boiler

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