Researchers Down Under have performed an astonishing feat by discovering a cost-effective, energy-efficient method that splits seawater to produce sustainable green hydrogen.
ZeroAvia, a British/American aerospace company founded in 2018, has recently made aviation history by flying a 19-seat Dornier 228 test aircraft powered by a hydrogen-electric engine.
KNX is stepping up its efforts in the fight against climate change and has announced the first KNX Hackathon on the topic of sustainability for this year.
Through its innovative Direct Liquid Cooling (DLC) technology, CoolIT, a Canada-based firm with a 20-year service history, offers a sustainable and energy-efficient solution to maintain ideal temperatures in computing facilities like business data centers and supercomputers.
Plastics pose one of the largest environmental problems of the present day, and developing new methods to recycle or reuse this ubiquitous material is considered imperative to preserve both the natural world and the heal...
The team behind Turntide Technologies’ Hyperdrive battery systems have won a Queen’s Award for Enterprise for its innovative technology that is helping to decarbonise industry and transportation.
Researchers at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) have been working on testing and unlocking the potential of space-based solar power (SBSP) on the recently launched Caltech Space Solar Power Project (SSPP).
Lithium is expensive and limited, necessitating the development of efficient energy storage systems beyond lithium-ion batteries. Sodium is a promising candidate.
Understanding the true impact and benefits that come with integrating renewable energy sources onto the grid could not only help governments and industry leaders achieve climate goals but could increase the use of wind power, improve air quality, and, therefore, deliver a range of public health benefits.
A team of researchers at Rice University has developed an affordable catalyst that could unlock the potential to create sustainable, low cost-hydrogen.