Article - 13 Dec 2023
In this interview, AZoCleantech speaks with Manar Almazrouei about his project that focuses on advancing lithium-ion battery (LIB) cathode material synthesis through innovative aerosol-based...
Article - 24 Jun 2022
The 2022 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report provides an up-to-date global evaluation of climate change mitigation progress and commitments and an examination of the global...
Article - 16 May 2022
Even though hydrogen is a clean energy carrier (fuel), its production adds significantly to the global carbon footprint. Furthermore, environment-friendly production of hydrogen is highly costly. But...
Article - 27 Apr 2022
The hydrogen revolution will accelerate the transition to a green economy, bringing the end of the fossil fuel age closer, but does it have the potential to power our future?
Article - 20 Dec 2021
This article looks at a study in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America detailing a systems approach to evaluate climate change mitigation potential and...
Article - 30 Nov 2021
AZoCleantech speaks with Prof. Yu-Cheng Chen Nanyang Technological University about his research into developing a simple method for artificial photosynthesis that does not require complicated design...
Article - 2 Nov 2021
AZoCleantech speaks to marine ecologist Dr Mar Fernandez who is a scientific advisor at Seafields. Fernandez discusses a new offshore aquafarm that will grow and harvest seaweed to help remove...
Article - 21 Jul 2020
Alternative fuels such as hydrogen have been increasingly used for transport in recent years, but what about its long-forgotten cousin – ammonia? This article looks at whether ammonia is a carbon...
Article - 10 Mar 2020
A US-based start-up company called Symbrosia has developed a seaweed supplement that is said to be capable of significantly reducing a cow's methane emissions.
Article - 18 Apr 2018
Ocean going vessels generate significant pollution. These emissions affect not only those who live near to the water but also people living hundreds of miles inland.