International Sugar Journal

Perovskite materials may hold the key to green hydrogen production. Researchers at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) analysed an emerging water-splitting technology called solar thermochemical hydrogen (STCH) production. This could be a more energy-efficient way of producing hydrogen than the commonly used electrolysis method.

## Mimicking fern’s structure could boost solar storage by 3,000 percent [Registered]

Researchers at RMIT University in Australia have developed a new type of electrode that radically increases the energy storage capacity of supercapacitors and could lead to flexible, thin film self-contained solar capture and storage devices.