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Innovating Europe’s clean hydrogen sector

The Clean Hydrogen Partnership is helping to accelerate development and deployment of clean hydrogen technologies in Europe.

Ammonia’s role in the energy transition

Discover the emerging role of ammonia as a sustainable energy alternative for the global transition to green energy.

Europe’s commitment to the biogas and biomethane value chain

Biogas and biomethane industries are providing today the cheapest and most scalable renewable gas made in Europe.

Creating sustainable aviation fuel

Researchers from Worcester Polytechnic Institute have developed a novel method for making net-zero aviation fuel.

Working towards environmentally friendly lithium extraction methods

Lithium is crucial in the switch to renewable energy, but the extraction process of this critical mineral has been costly to the environment.

Enabling nuclear innovation: A regulator’s view

The UK nuclear regulator is working with other organisations around the world to innovate to improve nuclear safety and security.

Met4Tech: Ensuring a circular economy roadmap for technology metals

The Met4Tech project combines leading UK academics to develop an alternative technology metals circular economy.

European Citizens Energy Forum: Understanding energy consumers’ behaviour to design nudging interventions

Mariano Votta and Filippos Anagnostopoulos discuss how the Citizens Energy Forum is aiming to mitigate consumer energy consumption.

Mine development projects to advance the US’ domestic copper supply

Highland Copper’s mine development projects have the potential to provide the US with 75,000 tonnes of copper per year.

Using common metals in hydrogen production to increase its sustainability

Researchers have developed catalysts that can overcome the limitations of noble metals in the hydrogen production process.

Discovering a new lithium-caesium-tantalum district in Newfoundland

The Benton/Sokoman Alliance has confirmed the first lithium occurrence in Newfoundland and continues to expand a new field of dyke swarms.

Clean Hydrogen Mission: Strengthening Europe’s clean hydrogen future

The goal of the Clean Hydrogen Mission is to reduce the costs of clean hydrogen to the end user to $2/kg by 2030.

How innovation is driving demand for tantalum

The chemical inertness of tantalum makes it a valuable substance for laboratory equipment, and as a substitute for platinum.

New process developed to extract rare earth element oxides

Researchers have developed a new purification process that extracts mixed rare earth element oxides from acid mine drainage.

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Innovation News Network brings you the latest energy news from research organisations looking at more sustainable solutions to the increasing demand for renewable energy sources.

We also take a look at what is being done to advance energy storage technology and the capability of batteries to help manage energy reserves.

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