As a result of their collaboration, Bostik and Polytec PT are launching a new range of thermal conductive adhesives (TCA) to address the challenge of thermal management in the latest Cell-to-Pack (CTP) battery design for e-mobility solutions.
A new report co-authored by George Peridas of the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) and Benjamin Grove of the Clean Air Task Force examines the economic viability of carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects in California and finds that several classes of projects are viable today.
The revolutionary DIAL Atmospheric Profiler DA10 provides meteorologists and forecasters with 24/7 monitoring of atmospheric humidity for improved severe weather warnings.
Octopus Energy’s Electroverse today launches its new solution for businesses, unlocking its cutting-edge and seamless electric vehicle (EV) public charging experience for even more people.
Recent research looks into the importance of successful capital markets in climate protection and energy transition.
Researchers at the University of Cambridge have recently published details of a groundbreaking development describing innovative solar-powered technology that is able to synthesize multicarbon liquid drop-in fuels for cars using just carbon dioxide (CO2), water (H2O), and the power of photosynthesis.
As part of the energy transition and the move to renewables, an international team of researchers has recently proposed a new technology - Underground Gravity Energy Storage (UGES) - which can store and discharge electricity.
Osprey Charging, one of the UK’s largest and leading electric vehicle (EV) charging networks, has opened its latest ultra-rapid charging hub at The Halfway House on the A127 in Essex, just off the M25.
AMETEK Land, the leading manufacturer of industrial infrared pyrometers, thermal imagers, and combustion/emissions monitoring instrumentation, is increasing its support for research and development in combustion engineering and technology by joining the British Flame Research Council (BFRC).
A computational tool developed by researchers at the MIT Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change pinpoints specific counties within the United States that are particularly vulnerable to economic distress resulting from a transition from fossil fuels to low-carbon energy sources.