lawman - 8:36 am on Aug 31, 2011 (gmt 0)
"Hydrogen production now involves a large amount of CO2 emissions," Sunkara said. "Once this alloy material is widely available, it could conceivably be used to make zero-emissions fuel for powering homes and cars and to heat homes." [tgdaily.com...]
I hope this isn't another cold fusion [en.wikipedia.org] story.