Alan Ohnsman of Forbes reports on a new innovation in hydrogen fuel.
- CoorsTek, a company that was started by Coors Brewery founder Adolph Coors, engineers ceramics for cars and has potentially found a way to make hydrogen fuel more efficient.
- In a best case scenario, hydrogen that is created with electrolysis operates at 70% efficiency. CoorsTek has found a way to make hydrogen work at nearly 90% efficiency.
- CoorsTek’s method produces hydrogen fuel on site using ceramic reactors, which drastically improves overall efficiency by decreasing transportation time.
- Private sector innovators are creating a cleaner future.
“Already a key supplier of high-tech ceramic materials to the global automotive, semiconductor, defense and energy industries, CoorsTek is jumping into hydrogen at a time when engineering and technological improvements are making it more attractive as a carbon-free fuel to electrify heavy-duty trucks, trains, ships, aircraft and other vehicles too large or heavy for battery packs.”
Read the full article here.