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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...
Article - 25 Mar 2017
We waste too much energy and this is a direct cause of global warming. Imagine a fully integrated electrical system that is safer, cleaner and sustainable.
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In the process of global transportation, storage of energy and consumption, greenhouse gases (including water vapor, carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide and ozone) are emitted into the atmosphere.
Article - 1 Dec 2023
The intersection of nuclear energy and transportation presents a promising frontier for sustainable and clean mobility solutions.
Article - 28 Nov 2023
A major breakthrough in hydrogen power that could open up a whole new world of possibilities was recently announced by a European consortium after successfully testing a gas turbine capable of running...
Article - 22 Mar 2023
In this article, Thermo Fisher Scientific discusses how they are working with CPH2 in order to ramp up their renewable hydrogen production and aid in the growth of renewable energies.
Article - 7 Mar 2023
In this interview, AZoCleantech speaks with Tebogo Maleka, National Project Coordinator at the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), about her role within the organization...
Article - 22 Feb 2022
Cryptocurrencies have a huge environmental impact because of the vast amount of energy needed to run the computers necessary for mining. According to the Sierra Club, Bitcoin’s annual energy...
Article - 25 Nov 2021
Continental-scale impacts on ecosystems are often not extensively recorded. This article details the use of ice core retrieved from the Monte Rosa Massif in the Swiss Alps to reveal close association...
Article - 16 Nov 2021
A new strategy from the Australian government sets out hydrogen’s future in the country. Solving problems with seasonal grid intermittencies is one of many benefits outlined in the report.