The press conference in the run-up to the 19th International Conference on Renewable Mobility “Fuels of the Future 2022” addressed the contribution that sustainable renewable fuels already make to mitigating climate change and their potential to boost climate protection immediately.
Ansys solutions are helping Synhelion steer toward cleaner transportation and net-zero emissions by helping to enable the development of solar fuels to replace fossil fuels.
A new material developed by the University of Central Florida may one day mean people could be pouring a drink for their car. That's because UCF researchers are developing an alcohol-based power source for cars and other technology.
Hydrogen fuel cell cars seem like a great, low-emission driving solution: oxygen and hydrogen in, nothing but water vapor out.
As part of the Group's ongoing sustainability work, Railcare has set a clear goal of reducing the consumption of fossil emissions from its own locomotives and machinery by 40% by 2025.
Globally, an ever-increasing number of research groups are focusing on technology related to the production of hydrogen, which is now widely accepted as the ultimate clean energy carrier.
Alternative-energy research at Oregon State University is charting a path toward the mass adoption of clean cars powered by direct-ethanol fuel cells.
Following the news that the Royal Air Force (RAF) and Zero Petroleum have won a Guinness World Record for the world’s first successful flight completed using only synthetic fuel;
Freightliner, a subsidiary of Genesee & Wyoming Inc. (G&W) and a leading UK rail freight operator, is supporting the development of Gd45 powered by Shell GTL Fuel, a new lower emission fuel, and will be the first to use the product for operational trials on some of its diesel-powered services in support of their commitment to enhancing the environmental benefits of rail-freight transportation.
Coating Shewanella bacteria with silver nanoparticles greatly boosts the performance of biofilm-based microbial fuel cells, researchers report. It achieves this effect by improving the transfer of electrons from the microbe to graphene electrodes in the fuel cells.