Article - 16 May 2022
In this interview, AZoCleantech speaks with Markus Leidinger, Application Manager and Arnd Ohme, Business Development & Platform Manager at Aerzener
Maschinenfabrik, to discuss the case study that...
Article - 3 May 2022
AZoCleantech speaks to Professor Lucelia Rodrigues from the University of Nottingham about the EV-elocity project which enables the use of energy in electric vehicle batteries to power homes. The...
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 - 31 Mar 2022
For several years, researchers have been trying to reconfigure the mechanisms of photosynthesis in cyanobacteria to extract energy. This may make it possible to meet a significant portion of the...
Article - 10 Mar 2022
Water covers around 75% of the Earth’s surface. Freshwater, on the other hand, accounts for only about 2.7% of this vast natural resource. Oceans and seas contain almost 97% of the world’s water,...
Article - 21 Feb 2022
AZoCleantech speaks to David Homfray about space-based solar power, an astronomical technology that could revolutionize the global energy system.
Article - 11 Mar 2021
To reap the full benefits of renewables, we must store some of the energy when it is generated and use it in peak demand. One way to do this is with stationary energy storage in the form of batteries.
Article - 7 Aug 2020
Andrew Burrel, Head of Marketing, Ultra Broadband & Analytics services at Nokia discusses the sustainability and life of a base station.
Article - 28 Jul 2020
In his 2020 State of the State Address on March 13, 2020, Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York announced the support that his state would provide for the construction of 21 large-scale solar, wind and...
Article - 27 May 2020
As countries try to contain viral spread by restricting travel and social interaction, cities have seen all-time lows in air pollution levels and researchers are reporting the sharpest decline in...