The United States aims to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions economy-wide by 2050. Getting there depends on meeting clean electricity objectives by 2035 and achieving deep energy efficiency and electrification in the buildings sector.
The Net Zero Technology Centre (NZTC) and its international partners have announced the launch of a unique Technology Without Borders initiative to bridge the net zero energy technology gap between nations in the Global North and the Global South.
Copenhagen Atomics and iPower Group have today signed an LOI to develop a partnership that will lead to scalable, new, cost-effective and fossil-free electricity production.
Saudi-listed ACWA Power, the world’s largest private water desalination company, leader in energy transition and first mover into green hydrogen, is set to develop in the largest green hydrogen facility in Indonesia with PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN), Indonesia’s state-owned electricity provider and PT Pupuk Indonesia, a state-owned fertiliser and chemical producer.
Above: Space Development and Electric Sky successfully tested their first rapidly deployable, free-flying on-orbit platform, Archimedes, serving as an orbital system for solar panels, beamed power, and electronically steerable antenna arrays for communications and monitoring, as well as other space infrastructure functions.
Canadian subsurface intelligence company Ideon Technologies has been named an industrial affiliate of Stanford University’s Mineral-X program – an exclusive research community uniting the fields of geosciences, resource economics, data science, and artificial intelligence (AI) to inform optimal decision-making along the critical minerals supply chain.
Octopus Energy’s generation arm has made its first investment in Germany’s offshore wind sector as it rapidly scales its renewables activity in the country.
Two teams that include scientists from U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory have been named finalists for the Association for Computing Machinery 2023 Gordon Bell Prize.
Professor Jiaqing He of the Southern University of Science and Technology and Professor Ghim Wei Ho of the National University of Singapore are leading this investigation.
The world in recent years has largely been moving on from debates about the need to curb carbon emissions and focusing more on action — the development, implementation, and deployment of the technological, economic, and policy measures to spur the scale of reductions needed by mid-century.