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PHOTO CAPTION: Cella Energy's tissue-like hydrogen storage medium can also be fabricated into pump-able pellets.

Cella Energy Creates Hydrogen Fuel Pellets

Firm creates twin materials to store hydrogen: one similar to tissue, as pictured above, and the second as pellets that can pumped into standard fuel tanks.

Published: 28-May-2013

LONDON — Cella Energy, an Oxford, England-based energy technology company figures it has the solution for car manufacturers trying to win support for hydrogen power.

In less than five years, your new car could be powered by a high-pressure tank of hydrogen rather than petrol.

This is what the big car makers are driving at as they seek to produce vehicles with low or no carbon emissions, but face a number of obstacles in making it a reality.

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