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  • Article - 21 Dec 2022
    The amount of sunlight that reaches the surface of the earth in an hour is sufficient to meet all of the world's energy needs for a complete year. Solar energy systems use photovoltaic (PV) panels to...
  • Article - 20 Dec 2022
    Hydrogen-powered aviation has moved closer to reality in 2022, with recent announcements from major aerospace companies Rolls-Royce and Airbus. Ground tests for hydrogen engines are underway, but...
  • Article - 20 Dec 2022
    While there are currently no commercial electric aircraft projects in the pipeline, several concepts have shown that electric flight is possible. This article examines the latest research in this...
  • Article - 3 Jun 2022
    Many strategies and solutions have been developed to enforce sustainable development in aviation and to limit the negative impact on the environment. This article looks at recent research exploring...
  • Article - 26 Apr 2022
    Researchers, conservationists and environmental engineers are increasingly using drones instead of lower-resolution satellite photos, slower land surveying equipment, and costly and often unavailable...
  • Article - 20 Jan 2022
    Atmosfair unveiled the world’s first commercial clean jet fuel plant on 4 October 2021, producing synthetic e-kerosene - a sustainable alternative to petroleum-based kerosene.
  • Article - 14 Dec 2021
    AZoCleantech interviews Christopher Barton, CEO and founder of Barton Blakeley Technologies, about a world-first carbon conversion system turning emissions into silica. The company's development will...
  • Article - 1 Dec 2021
    Learn more about the properties, advantages and applications of walnut shell blasting media.
  • Article - 12 Nov 2021
    In 2019, Eviation, an Israel-based startup company, introduced a revolutionary prototype for an all-electric aircraft called Alice. This article looks at this development and the future of...
  • Article - 11 Nov 2021
    The aviation industry contributes more to global warming because of the climate pollutants it generates. Looking at Klöwer, M. et al's journal paper published in Environmental Research Letters, this...

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