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€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.

Rare earths: An essential part of the green energy revolution

Mining and minerals exploration specialist American Lithium Minerals shares updates from its Kingman and Hicks Dome rare earths projects.

Production of breakthrough silicon Li-ion battery begins across Europe

GDI have began production for an advanced silicon Li-ion battery across Europe, giving the company a major role in battery production

€3 billion hydrogen bank ensures Europe’s hydrogen economy

Ursula von der Leyen has announced a groundbreaking development, revealing the creation of a European Hydrogen Bank.

Securing Sri Lanka’s place in the global graphite supply chain

Don Baxter, CEO of Ceylon Graphite, examines the importance of Sri Lankan vein graphite and highlights the company's future endeavours.

Australian Government grants $50m for critical minerals projects

The Australian Government has approved a series of grants to aid development of the critical mineral resources industry.

Damage-free technology advances lithium metal battery usage in electric vehicles

Researchers have demonstrated a damage-free method that enables lithium metal batteries to be used in electric vehicles.

EU grants €12.4m to STRING for cross-border hydrogen fuel stations

Connecting Europe Facility has granted the STRING chair €12.3 million to construct 12 new hydrogen fuel stations across European borders

Topsoe and First Ammonia collaborate to advance green ammonia production

Topsoe and First Ammonia, have entered a collaboration that will see the companies elevate zero emission ammonia production

Decarbonising energy systems could save the planet trillions

University of Oxford research suggests that decarbonised energy systems could save the world at least $12 trillion compared to fossil fuels.

LiBinfinity project propels lithium battery recycling to new frontiers

KIT is a major player in the LiBinfinity project, an initiative aiming to establish a holistic concept for lithium battery recycling.  

Horizon Europe project developing liquid hydrogen energy storage for net zero aviation

The OVERLEAF project aims to decarbonise the skies by pioneering a liquid hydrogen storage tank to fuel hydrogen-powered aircraft.

Addressing environmental concerns around lithium mining

Exploring hydrological impacts of lithium mining and how can this essential driving force of the green transition can remain sustainable.

Blue Sky Uranium reveals exciting results from Ivana Deposit

Blue Sky Uranium Corp has announced assay results from the last tranche of the completed reverse circulation (RC) drilling program at the Ivana Deposit.

The Public-Private Alliance bolsters progress on responsible mineral sourcing

RESOLVE’s Tommie-Lynne Enright and Taylor Kennedy outline the Public-Private Alliance’s progress on ensuring supply chain sustainability.

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Facilitating sustainable lithium production for Canada’s energy transition

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€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.

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.

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