Graphene may revolutionize the world of renewable energy
Graphene could change the way the world makes use of hydrogen in the future. A team of researchers from Manchester University in the United Kingdomhave discovered a way to use this material to improve battery technology and produce hydrogen fuel from air. The research team believes that graphene could make fuel cells more attractive as it can be used to produce hydrogen in an inexpensive and relatively efficient manner.
Material can conduct electricity better than copper, making it attractive for fuel cells and battery systems
Graphene is quite similar to graphite, but it is significantly stronger. The material has become quite popular among researchers involved in the renewable energy sector and various other industries. Graphene has become quite popular as a material that can be used to improve battery technology. The material is flexible, lightweight, and is capable of conducting electricity better than copper. This makes graphene an attractive alternative to more conventional materials that have been in use for years.