Renewable energy today — mainly derived from the sun or wind — depends on batteries for storage. While costs have dropped in recent years, the pursuit of more efficient means of storing renewable power continues.
Researchers have developed an efficient process that can convert carbon dioxide into formate, a material that can be used in fuel cells to generate electricity.
The search is on worldwide to find ways to extract carbon dioxide from the air or from power plant exhaust and then make it into something useful.
New research highlights the potential of transforming a major waste product into a valuable resource while mitigating environmental harm.
Ingenza and Phibro Ethanol have joined forces to engineer a novel yeast strain that will increase yield in the commercial production of bioethanol under both challenging and conventional environmental conditions, further driving the switch to clean biofuels.
Addressing the pressing need to transition from fossil fuels to sustainable alternatives, a multi-institutional team has developed an innovative catalyst screening method using artificial intelligence (AI).
Fuel cells are seen as a promising source of green energy, with the potential to revolutionize various industries including transportation and power generation.
In a huge stride toward a greener future for aviation, GE Aerospace researchers are set to redefine the norms of flight.
EXMAR LPG BV, a joint venture between EXMAR and Seapeak, is going ahead with ammonia as fuel for two Midsize Gas Carriers (MGCs) on order at Hyundai Mipo Dockyard in South Korea.
RINA has announced the commencement of the six-year research Hydra project to build a 100% hydrogen-fuelled pilot plant capable of producing up to seven tonnes of different grades of steel per hour.