Will Chicken Feathers Motor Hydrogen Cars of the Future?

By: Rose Nazarali - Published: Jun 26, 2009   Updated: Jul 20 2011 • References: thedailygreen
Developers at the University of Delaware are working on a way to turn chicken feathers into fuel for hydrogen cars.

Six billion pounds of chicken feathers are put to waste every year in the U.S. alone, and now developers are trying to find a way to put those feathers to good use.

If researchers are successful, the cost of fuel will decrease dramatically, and it will help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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