The Toyota bZ Compact SUV Concept makes its debut today at the 2022 Los Angeles Auto Show, giving a glimpse of what the future could hold as Toyota extends the electrification vision of its bZ “Beyond Zero” sub-brand.
Argonne collaborates with U.S. laboratories on research to identify promising biofuels for different engine types.
As the world’s first truck manufacturer to do so, Volvo has begun using fossil-free steel in its trucks. The first electric trucks with fossil-free steel are now being delivered to customers.
Valmet will rebuild Koehler Paper’s power boilers at its Oberkirch and Kehl paper mill sites in Germany to increase the production of sustainable energy from renewable sources.
The efficient conversion of remaining sludge to biogas is now made possible with a new method to treat sewage. It is an advance that could support communities in reducing their waste while helping the environment.
High-quality biodiesel has been produced by two Aston University researchers after “feeding” and developing microalgae on leftover coffee grounds.
To prepare fields for planting, farmers the world over often burn corn stalks, rice husks, hay, straw, and other waste left behind from the previous harvest. In many places, the practice creates huge seasonal clouds of smog, contributing to air pollution that kills 7 million people globally a year, according to the World Health Organization.
Interplex, leading specialist in advanced mechanical products for building a sustainable future, is using this year’s IZB (11-13 October, Wolfsburg, Germany) to highlight its engineering expertise in relation to e-mobility. Visitors to the show will be able to see the company’s latest bipolar plate (BPP) solutions for hydrogen fuel cells.
Scientists have successfully converted methane into methanol using light and dispersed transition metals like copper through a process called photo-oxidation.
In a recent study, scientists at the University of Georgia’s Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources found that switching from coal to woody biomass in Georgia’s power plants could both fulfil the state’s energy demands and lower carbon emissions.