DIFFER and Toyota partner to produce hydrogen from humid air


The Dutch Institute for Fundamental Energy Research (DIFFER) is partnering with Toyota Motor Europe (TME) to develop a device that produces hydrogen fuel from humid air.

You put a dedicated device in contact with air, expose it to sunlight and it starts producing fuel, for free: that’s the basic idea behind the research being conducted jointly by the two companies.

The partnership aims to develop a device that absorbs water vapour and splits it into hydrogen and oxygen directly using the sun’s energy.

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