The world's first rapid testing facility for tidal turbine blades, which researchers say can speed up development of marine energy technologies while helping to reduce costs, has opened for business.
Sheffield has received Tree Cities of the World recognition, bringing a wealth of benefits to local communities, now and into the future.
According to the scientists, the world’s first quick testing facility for tidal turbine blades can expedite the development of marine energy technologies while aiding to decrease costs and has paved the way for business.
Energy tech pioneer Octopus Energy Group today announces a financial and strategic partnership with Xlinks, the company building the world’s largest subsea power cable to deliver renewable energy from Morocco to the UK.
As far as industries are concerned, acetone and isopropanol are known to be significant chemicals. They are utilized to produce materials collected from jet fuel to solvents to detergents to plastics.
Using a hematite photocatalyst, a joint research team has succeeded in producing both hydrogen gas and hydrogen peroxide at the same time from sunlight and water.
Tropical cyclones (TCs)’ outer-core size is considered to be crucial for assessing their damaging potential.
Meeting the European Union's Green Deal goal of climate neutrality by 2050 will require 35 times more lithium and 7 to 26 times the amount of increasingly scarce rare earth metals compared to Europe's limited use today, according to a study from Belgian university KU Leuven.
A team of researchers has developed a tandem solar cell that is extremely efficient and made up of perovskite and organic absorbers, which can be manufactured at costs lower than traditional silicon-based solar cells.
Valmet will deliver an automation system to a new waste-to-energy plant in Warsaw, Poland. The order was placed by POSCO Engineering & Construction (POSCO E&C), a Korea-based engineering, procurement and construction contractor.