In a new study published on 15 July 2023, in the journal Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering, researchers from Sichuan University have unveiled significant insights into the structure-performance relationships of metal-organic frameworks (MOFs).
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.
Since research and development is a costly endeavor for any business, a lot of companies start with a new patent—a completely original concept that has been thoroughly examined and is prepared for expansion.
Researchers from ICIQ (Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia) in Spain devised self-propelled micromotors to cleanse wastewater, generating ammonia as a potential green energy source.
A team at the University of Geneva (UNIGE) has generated projections for the expansion of renewable energy at the local level.
Virgin Atlantic is set to mark a significant milestone with its VS100 flight, a world-first transatlantic 100% Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) flight scheduled for 28 November 2023. The flight aims to demonstrate the viability of SAF as a sustainable alternative to conventional jet fuel. By harnessing SAF, industries could significantly reduce their carbon footprint, paving the way for sustainable long-haul travel and setting new environmental standards.
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.
In a game-changing development for energy sectors, a recent joint report by the COP28 Presidency, IRENA, and GRA showcases a strategic roadmap for elevating global renewable power capacity to a staggering 11,000 GW.
Ninety-seven percent of U.S. dams don't make electricity. A new tool could help tap that resource.
In the continued effort to move humanity away from fossil fuels and towards more environmentally friendly energy sources, researchers in Japan have developed a new material capable storing hydrogen energy in a more efficient and cheaper manner.