A proposal for generating electrofuel from green hydrogen and carbon dioxide through a variety of techniques has been developed by VTT and its collaborators in the E-fuel project.
Accelerating the shift from fossil fuels to new and renewable energy sources is in line with the Korean government’s recent attempts to meet the aim of “going carbon neutral by 2050.” In this regard, the collaborative research team comprising professors Min-sung Kim and Dong-kyu Kim of Chung-Ang University and Principal Researcher Young Kim of the Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials (KIMM), an organization under the purview of the Ministry of Science and ICT, has effectively developed an environmentally friendly refrigerant compressor by employing an electrochemical technique as opposed to a mechanical one.
The European Union prohibited glitter a month ago. This effort was incorporated into a rule to lower the presence of microplastics in the environment by 30%. Waste plastics are a big concern for the eco-systems, and the campaign for plastic recycling, in general, has received a lot of attention as a potential solution.
Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute (KERI) has developed a world-class 'eco-friendly insulating gas' that replaces SF6 (sulfur hexafluoride).
Porsche has recently announced its decision to switch to low-emission steel for its vehicles starting in 2026.
Ingenza and Phibro Ethanol have joined forces to engineer a novel yeast strain that will increase yield in the commercial production of bioethanol under both challenging and conventional environmental conditions, further driving the switch to clean biofuels.
A team of researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) have developed a new class of catalysts that promotes greener and more sustainable manufacturing processes for fine chemicals and pharmaceuticals.
In a move towards sustainable packaging, Coca-Cola, one of the world’s leading beverage companies, has unveiled an ambitious initiative to transform plastic production.
Some of the thinnest materials known to mankind may provide solutions to scientists in their quest to curb the effects of global warming.
Bacardi today celebrates the opening of its new Combined Heat & Power system in Puerto Rico which will cut greenhouse gas emissions of the iconic BACARDÍ rum brand in half.