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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.

REIA 2022 Annual Conference: Optimising the rare earths supply chain

Discover what is to come at the REIA 2022 Annual Conference, as the global rare earths community joins for the first time since the pandemic.

High-performance fluoropolymers for lithium-ion batteries

Gujarat Fluorochemicals will now supply high-quality fluoropolymers and electrolytes for lithium-ion batteries.

EGHAC is decarbonising industries via green hydrogen energy

The European Green Hydrogen Acceleration Center aims to set up business opportunities for industries struggling to find a sustainable model.

WHY Resources’ high-grade magnesium oxide secures critical minerals supply chain

Barry Baim of WHY Resources explains how the company is helping meet net zero targets through developing its Record Ridge magnesium property.

Opportunities for Australia in the production of net zero alumina and aluminium

Explore Australia’s current role in the global production of alumina and its place as a global leader in the sector.

Innovating rare earth material processing techniques and applications in new technologies

Avalon Advanced Materials' Donald Bubar and C2M2A's Ian London discuss the recent developments in rare earth processing in Canada.

The road to commercialising fusion energy in the UK

Heather Lewtas from the UK Atomic Energy Authority details the UK’s efforts to commercialise fusion energy.

Decarbonising shipping in the Arctic with green ammonia from Berlevåg

Christian Bue, CEO of Green Ammonia Berlevåg, explains more about the venture aiming to bring easy access to green ammonia.

Future local communities will supply their own green, renewable energy

Learn how EU projects will help to ensure carbon neutrality by intelligently controlling the local production and usage of green energy.

W2Power: Achieving successful offshore wind power deployment worldwide

Findd out more about Enerocean’s W2Power floating wind power solution, which is set to be deployed across the globe by 2030.

Eloro Resources Ltd: Preparing for the future of tin

Eloro Resources' Tom Larsen explores the use of tin in renewable energy and showcases the company's development of a world-class deposit.

The Ocean Battery: The most sought-after innovation in the utility industry

Dr Frits W Bliek, CEO of Ocean Grazer, showcases the company’s new and innovative piece of technology, the Ocean Battery.

Circular energy storage: What does it mean and why is it important?

KTH's Justin Chiu and Felipe Gallardo emphasise the importance of establishing a circular economy for energy storage.

Harnessing the green energy potential of the lithium triangle

Triangle Lithium is expanding the development of lithium brine assets within the Lithium Triangle using IBAT’s property technology.

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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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