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Images of particles made from a promising battery cathode material called NMC

Renewable Fuels

Stanford engineers and scientists are exploring new ways to make renewable fuels for transportation. Several labs are developing novel technologies that produce emissions-free hydrogen gas, including solar water-splitters (artificial photosynthesis) and biomass enzymes. Others are taking theoretical and experimental approaches to electrochemical catalysis with the goal of converting greenhouse gases into renewable fuels and chemicals.