Plant biologists at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Brookhaven National Laboratory have engineered enzymes to modify grass plants so their biomass can be more efficiently converted into biofuels and other bioproducts.
EXMAR LPG BV, a joint venture between EXMAR and Seapeak, is going ahead with ammonia as fuel for two Midsize Gas Carriers (MGCs) on order at Hyundai Mipo Dockyard in South Korea.
Bioprocess engineering focuses on enhancing product yield. It also ensures high output rates and minimal utilization of raw materials.
Bear Instruments announced today (25 September) it is part of a consortium to deliver an affordable, reliable and clean energy microgrid for Vietnamese agriculture farms.
Researchers at Rice University have now discovered a cost-effective, low-emission method for harnessing hydrogen from plastic waste, accelerating the growth of versatile, clean hydrogen and allowing it to fulfill its long-term potential as a clean energy resource.
West Virginia University researchers have taken the initial steps toward creating technology that can absorb carbon dioxide in the air and use it for environmentally friendly methanol production.
Ship & Shore Environmental (S&SE), a leading environmental technology company, is making significant strides in the biogas industry by introducing cutting-edge solutions that leverage organic materials to produce renewable natural gas (RNG) and contribute to a sustainable future.
As part of a recent collaboration between Toyota and power system manufacturer FuelCell Energy, a new standard has been set in clean energy production. These two powerhouses have teamed up to create the world’s first “Tri-gen system.”
Investigators at the State University of Campinas (UNICAMP) in Brazil collaborated with coworkers at Harvard University in the United States to conduct inventive research on the DNA and population dynamics of Saccharomyces cerevisiae, the yeast used by plants throughout Brazil to generate fuel ethanol from sugarcane, with the goal of finding routes to more stable, consistent, and predictable fermentation performance.
In 2021, nearly a quarter of the world's carbon dioxide emissions came from the transportation sector, with aviation being a significant contributor.