Your car could soon run on THIN AIR

Green hydrogen, produced by electrolyzers that use electricity and water, is a potential alternative to CO2-emitting fossil fuels.

Today's equipment often requires complex components such as access to rare metals and clean water, which can compete with limited supplies of drinking water.

Instead of liquid water, the new prototype electrolyzer produces moist air. It absorbs moisture from the air and splits the collected water into hydrogen and oxygen.

Experts from the University of Melbourne said their prototype idea would enable the delivery of hydrogen fuel to arid and remote areas with minimal environmental impact.

They were able to electrolyze the water in the air at a humidity of just 4 percent.

'This module uses a hygroscopic electrolyte that is constantly exposed to the atmosphere.

This makes it possible to produce hydrogen anywhere in the world.

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