News - 26 Sep 2023
Bear Instruments, leading edge power electronics systems and instrumentation design and manufacturer, announced today (25 September) it is part of a consortium to deliver an affordable, reliable and...
News - 25 Sep 2023
New energy storage technology, which could significantly reduce household bills and help the UK achieve net zero, has been installed at the University of Nottingham’s Creative Energy...
News - 20 Sep 2023
A novel catalyst based on single platinum atoms could make storing renewable energy as hydrogen considerably easier in the near future.
The catalyst material. Image Credit: CityU
The new catalyst,...
News - 11 Sep 2023
SEA-KIT International has won funding from the Zero Emissions Vessels and Infrastructure (ZEVI) competition to design and manufacture a hydrogen-fuelled Uncrewed Surface Vessel (USV). The company will...
News - 11 Sep 2023
A Technology Innovation Partnership for Net Zero Aviation in the South West has been launched. Focused on delivering transformational innovation to advance net zero flight, the founding partners are...
News - 7 Sep 2023
Jiang imagines a future in which every house is fueled by renewable energy stored in batteries, including those he and his students are currently designing.
Visiting Professor Soumalya Sinha works...
News - 31 Aug 2023
Solar energy harvesting efficiency can be improved using molecular photoswitches that transform and store energy. A group of scientists used quantum computing to identify a particularly efficient...
News - 29 Aug 2023
The demand for high-performance batteries, especially for use in electric vehicles, is surging as the world shifts its energy consumption to a more electric-powered system, reducing reliance on fossil...
News - 21 Aug 2023
The explosion of renewable energy projects around the globe is leading to a saturation problem. As more renewable power contributes to the grid, the value of electricity is plummeting during the times...
News - 15 Aug 2023
A pair of University of Central Florida researchers has developed new methods to produce energy and materials from the harmful greenhouse gas, methane.
UCF researchers Richard Blair (left) and...