Here is an uncanny combination that may help the fuel problems we are all facing at the moment. Alchemists over at the Alchemy Research seem to have come up with something by combining aluminum and water to offer a new clean and recyclable energy alternative.
Reportedly to be called Alydro, water would be superheated to a 900-degree steam which would eventually release about 50% of its energy in the form of heat. The rest of the energy gets turned into hydrogen to power fuel cells cars, with aluminum oxide left over as waste.
And since you can later separate the aluminum from the oxygen with electricity, the aluminum fuel is essentially rechargeable. For costing concerns, aluminum is a bit more expensive (about $0.10 per km as opposed to $0.07 for gas at $3.80 per gallon), but a single tank would offer commuters a potential range of nearly 1,500 miles.