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Recharge Industries set to takeover Britishvolt within the next week

Australian battery technology start-up Recharge Industries has been confirmed as the preferred bidder Britishvolt

Highest-grade rare earth deposit to date identified in the US

Critical Materials Corp. has revealed that they have uncovered the highest-grade rare earth deposit ever identified in the US.

Avalon’s Separation Rapids Lithium Project advances towards production

Avalon Advanced Materials discusses the latest progress made at its Separation Rapids Lithium Project in Ontario.

Water preservation using advance membrane treatment processes

Water scarcity is helping to innovate new wastewater treatment systems, and the lithium market is accelerating implementation.

Advancing mineral exploration in South America

Golden Arrow Resources details the latest developments from its various mineral exploration projects in Chile and Argentina.

Energy efficient homes made possible with retrofitting

With the UK having the least energy efficient homes in Europe, more must be done to ensure that the government's net zero targets can be met.

Researchers produce green hydrogen through seawater splitting

An international team of researchers has successfully split seawater without pre-treatment to produce green hydrogen.

Scientists pinpoint the problem with lithium metal batteries

Stanford University researchers have revealed that the problem with lithium metal batteries with solid electrolytes is mechanical stress. 

Mineral deposits discovered in Norwegian seabed could fuel the global green transition

A resource assessment by the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) has discovered substantial mineral deposits in the Norwegian seabed.

Australian and German joint funding deal to stimulate hydrogen production

Renewable hydrogen production is set to accelerate with an Australian and German $100m joint funding deal.

Fast-tracking one of the world’s highest-grade graphite projects

GreenRoc Mining has a source of high-quality graphite that will help address the critical supply shortage caused by increasing demand.

Strengthening the competitiveness of the EU’s clean energy sector

Learn about the European Commission’s latest Progress Report on Competitiveness of Clean Energy Technologies.

€1.28m funding allocated to cultivate the next generation of nuclear safety experts

The RIMANUS junior research group at TU Dresden has been awarded €1.28m in funding to develop future experts for the nuclear safety industry.

Advanced materials and reactors for energy storage through ammonia

Discover how the ARENHA project is working to overcome the technical challenges of using green ammonia for flexible, safe, and profitable energy storage.

New Aston University centre to pioneer low-carbon hydrogen production from biomass

Aston University has received a £300,000 grant to develop an integrated lab-scale centre for low-carbon hydrogen production from biomass.

Facilitating sustainable lithium production for Canada’s energy transition

Discover how Alberta-headquartered lithium resource company Grounded Lithium is working to bring lithium production to market in Canada.

Helium Shortage 4.0: What caused it and when will it end?

Learn everything about the major events causing to a global helium shortage and projections for the future of the helium market.

Re-energising the nickel industry through sustainable battery production

Queensland Pacific Metals is set to become a leading supplier of high-grade, ethically derived nickel through its TECH Project.

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Highest-grade rare earth deposit to date identified in the US

Critical Materials Corp. has revealed that they have uncovered the highest-grade rare earth deposit ever identified in the US.

Strengthening the competitiveness of the EU’s clean energy sector

Learn about the European Commission’s latest Progress Report on Competitiveness of Clean Energy Technologies.

€1.28m funding allocated to cultivate the next generation of nuclear safety experts

The RIMANUS junior research group at TU Dresden has been awarded €1.28m in funding to develop future experts for the nuclear safety industry.

Researchers produce green hydrogen through seawater splitting

An international team of researchers has successfully split seawater without pre-treatment to produce green hydrogen.

Advanced materials and reactors for energy storage through ammonia

Discover how the ARENHA project is working to overcome the technical challenges of using green ammonia for flexible, safe, and profitable energy storage.

Recharge Industries set to takeover Britishvolt within the next week

Australian battery technology start-up Recharge Industries has been confirmed as the preferred bidder Britishvolt

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