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Could cactus skin help fuel cell vehicles operate 4 times more efficiently in dry and hot climates? Check it out

Professor Young Moo Lee from Hanyang University, who led the research, said that this could have major implications for many industries, including the development of electric vehicles. “At the moment, one of the main barriers to the uptake of fuel cell electric vehicles is water management and heat management in fuel cell systems,” Professor Lee said. “This research addresses this hurdle, bringing us a step closer to fuel cell electric vehicles being more widely available. This technique could also be applied to other existing technologies that require hydrated membranes, including devices for water treatment and gas separation.”

Full article: http://gas2.org/2016/04/29/cactus-skin-improve-fuel-cell-...

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