CES 2014Toyota's fuel cell car can be refueled in under five minutes, has a 300 mile range and emits only water vapour.
In a week of exciting news for clean power fans, we would be remiss to overlook Toshiba's announcement that it is finally ready for market with its long-awaited methanol fuel cell for powering all kinds of gadgets.
The US Navy's The Naval Research Laboratory has completed a successful flight test of the fuel cell powered XFC (eXperimental Fuel Cell) unmanned aerial system.
It's been years in the hyping, but Toshiba's direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) could be arriving shortly.
Finally, after more than a decade of waiting, it looks like gadget fans are about to get their hands on the Holy Grail that is real, honest-to-goodness fuel-cell power.
Researchers at Purdue's Maurice J. Zucrow Laboratories have developed a critical part of a hydrogen storage system for cars that makes it possible to fill up a vehicle's fuel tank within five minutes with enough hydrogen to drive 300 miles.
As the world's supply of fossil fuels shrinks, it's heartening to see one company pressing ahead with serious plans for alternative ways to power our homes.
Sometimes it seems there are about as many ways to charge gadgets as there are products waiting to be plugged in, but how about a battery that runs on Coca Cola?
A team of scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy has developed a new catalyst that could make alcohol-powered fuel cells feasible.