Common rust may point the way to viable renewable energy

04/7/2013 | Thomas Regional

The energy-storing electrolyzers that until now have used costly materials such as ruthenium or iridium as catalysts can now instead use common iron oxide, aka rust, according to researchers at the University of Calgary. The discovery could lead to cost-effective energy storage for use with intermittent power sources such as solar and wind.

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