EIT RawMaterials launches initiative to tackle steel decarbonisation

Steel's manufacturing process is estimated to produce around 8% of total global carbon emissions. Therefore, steel decarbonisation is vital.

Does daylight saving time result in lower energy consumption?

When clocks go forward by one hour, as they do every Spring, debates occur about whether or not we should eliminate daylight saving time.

Product stewardship scheme to unlock Australian solar panel recycling economy

Read how a comprehensive product stewardship scheme in Australia may optimise the country’s solar panel recycling industry.

Bioenergy research funding boosted by new $590m incentive

The U.S. Department of Energy has announced funding worth $590 million to renew its four existing Bioenergy Research Centers.

Capturing the value of the global lithium supply chain

Australia should develop into the downstream stages of the lithium supply chain to reduce criticality and capture more of its value.

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.

Could Machine Learning develop sustainable biomass?

Scientists have conducted an experiment to determine if Machine Learning is advancing the research and development of biomass products.

Green technology supply chains partnership struck between UK and Canada

The UK and Canada have signed a deal to enhance green technology supply chains, with both countries collaborating on critical minerals.

Will India’s lithium discovery lead to lasting environmental damage?

The discovery of vast lithium deposits in the Indian territory of Jammu and Kashmir may cause significant environmental damage.

How can Australia’s lithium production meet increasing global demand?

Discover the challenges and opportunities facing Australia's lithium production sector and how they can supply the ever-increasing demand.

Renewable energy sources provide 66 GW boost to global power grid in 2022

The global operational expenditure report has revealed that renewable energy sources added 66 GW to the global power grid in 2022.

New lithium-ion battery recycling method reduces environmental harm

A new battery recycling method uses a liquid solvent derived from urine and acetic acid to recover over 97% of the cobalt.

Europe’s largest battery energy storage system launched in the UK

A £75m battery energy storage system – the largest in Europe – has been officially opened in the UK by Harmony Energy Income Trust Plc.

The potential of Canada’s lithium brine industry

With demand for lithium rising globally, Western Canada's lithium brine industry has skyrocketed in potential.

Lithium Ark: A green and circular production process for lithium hydroxide

Learn everything about how Lithium Ark's innovative process technology for the development of lithium hydroxide works.

Fibre optical sensors for nuclear renaissance

The world needs stable and carbon-free nuclear energy as electric baseload to support the green revolution – fibre optical sensors can help.

LithiumBank: Securing Alberta’s place on the lithium map

LithiumBank have made significant advancements on their lithium brine development and exploration projects in Western Canada.

Accelerating Nevada’s role in the global battery supply chain

Nevada is a region of great mineral wealth, making the state well-placed to accelerate the battery materials supply chain.

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Major advancements in lithium production made in Argentina

Learn more about the importance of the Rincon and Antofalla salars in northwest Argentina for global lithium production.

Product stewardship scheme to unlock Australian solar panel recycling economy

Read how a comprehensive product stewardship scheme in Australia may optimise the country’s solar panel recycling industry.

UK and France partner to advance nuclear and renewable energy sources

The UK and France have established a partnership to accelerate the development of nuclear power and renewable energy sources.

US clean hydrogen production boosted by $750m government funding

The US Government will provide $750m in funding to accelerate the country’s clean hydrogen production capabilities.

Net-Zero Industry Act introduced to advance EU green technologies, manufacturing, and jobs

The European Commission has unveiled the Net-Zero Industry Act, which aims to boost green technology development in the EU.

Nickel and zinc – critical components of lithium-ion batteries

Read our comprehensive overview of the essential role of nickel and zinc in the production of lithium-ion batteries.

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Accident tolerant fuel: Ensuring safe, sustainable and reliable nuclear power plants

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Corrosion damage modelling of dry storage containers for spent nuclear fuel

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Developing advanced nuclear reactors using ion irradiation to accelerate neutron damage

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