Solar array would split water into oxygen, hydrogen

08/5/2013 | New Scientist

Engineers at the University of Colorado Boulder are planning to build a solar array that would split water into oxygen and hydrogen, an alternative fuel source. "One of the big innovations in our system is that there is no swing in the temperature," said a project leader, Charles Musgrave. "The whole process is driven by turning a steam valve either on or off."

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