Nanotechnology, plasma, hydrogen from artificial photosynthesis and fuel cells: powering the developing world to the Sustainocene
To achieve a sustainocene epoch, nanotechnology will need to assist in addressing the particular needs and requirements with regard to energy security of the developing world and remote communities. Our hypothesis is that one approach to facilitating the global deployment of artificial photosynthetic hydrogen fuel systems that support environmental sustainability involves using well-developed technologies already proven for other applications.
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