Recent research conducted by scientists at SINTEF Energy Research and Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) demonstrates that implementing carbon capture and storage (CCS) in industrial facilities can result in significant CO2 reductions at a minimal cost to the general public.
IDRIC, part of the UKRI Industrial Decarbonisation Challenge (IDC), has awarded close to £6 million to support the reduction of carbon emissions in the UK’s largest industrial clusters.
LedaFlow Technologies has formed a research consortium with energy companies ConocoPhillips, TotalEnergies, Equinor, and ExxonMobil Technology & Engineering, as well as sub-suppliers Kongsberg Digital, SINTEF Industry, and SINTEF Energy Research, to enhance its multiphase transport simulator technology for transport and injection of CO2.
StoreDot, the pioneer of extreme fast charging battery technology for electric vehicles, has partnered with Circulor, the leading supply chain traceability solution, to track the provenance and CO2 emissions of the raw materials used in its battery cells and its manufacturing cells process in order to prove responsible, sustainable, and ethical sourcing.
Western Australian company Nativ Carbon – which has just undertaken one of the biggest ever environmental reforestation projects to date for ACCUs in Western Australia – has welcomed the findings of an Australian Government’s review on Australian Carbon Credit Units (ACCUs) announced today.
A new technique has been utilized by scientists from the UK, the USA, and Bremen to evaluate the rate at which the sequestration of organic carbon was done in marine sediments at the time of the Earth’s Neogene period.
The UK’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has granted a permit to fly for ZeroAvia’s Dornier 228 aircraft, which has been retrofitted with its prototype hydrogen-electric powertrain.
In central Japan, a large university hospital with a research center was investigated by a team of scientists who measured the carbon emissions there. They discovered that the hospital’s overall carbon footprint increased over the course of a decade.
As per an international research team headed by Michael Hochella of the Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, the immediate necessity to eliminate surplus carbon dioxide from the Earth’s environment could consist of enrolling a few of the smallest inhabitants of the planet.
Royal Air Force Typhoons will be powered up by 40 new electric battery ground power units following a recent trial conducted with BAE Systems on a Typhoon Squadron.