German researchers have created POWERPASTE, a hydrogen fuel paste that could one day be used to fuel vehicles. The product is created from a magnesium base and would be stored in vehicles in the form of a cartridge.
The forthcoming Tri-Gen facility is being called "the world's first megawatt-scale 100% renewable power and hydrogen generation station."
The technology could lead to cheaper hydrogen cars in the future.
A Tel Aviv University team genetically engineered algae to emit hydrogen five times more efficiently to potentially power hydrogen cars.
The Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell car just broke the record for longest continuous drive by a hydrogen-powered vehicle, completing a 6,096 mile journey over six days.