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.

Embracing complexity in renewable resources enables a more sustainable chemical industry

The Barta group explains how embracing complexity in renewable resources can make for a more sustainable chemical industry.

Reducing the offshore wind power cost-barrier globally

Find out how we can address the financial obstacles preventing the widespread acceleration of offshore wind power.

ITER: A new era for energy

Fusion for Energy offers an inside look at ITER, the world’s largest tokamak, and what it means for the future of fusion energy.

Bacteria found to collect rare earth elements for reuse

Biosorption of rare earth elements by bacteria is fast and efficient, allowing the recycling and reuse of the metals.

Can European energy storage keep pace with energy targets?

The European energy storage market has experienced a major shift in recent years as various societal events have put it into the spotlight.

How Canada’s Critical Minerals Strategy is accelerating the sector

Discover everything you need to know about the Canadian Critical Minerals Strategy and what it means for Canada’s economy.

Rare earth elements recycling advanced through £15m UK Government funding

The UK Government will provide £15m in funding to innovate rare earth elements recycling technologies and techniques.

Establishing a circular battery economy in North America

Battery Council International detail the key priorities to consider to create and maintain North America’s circular battery economy.

The future of mining in Newfoundland and Labrador

Learn about the vast potential of the critical minerals sector in Newfoundland and Labrador to reinforce North America's supply chains.

Leading the evolution of battery recycling materials

Cirba Solutions explores how its state-of-the-art battery recycling process is helping to pioneer a circular supply chain.

Computational modelling in support of progress towards nuclear fusion energy breakeven

The field of plasma physics, which is essential for the success of nuclear fusion, has benefited from advancements in high-performance computing.

Driving the global energy transition with hydrogen

Although hydrogen energy is still in its infancy, it has major potential to become a key source of green energy.

Sustainable heat pumps and storages for effective heating and cooling

Discover efficient solutions for heating and cooling using natural refrigerant heat pumps and high-energy density storage solutions.

Re-energising America’s lithium supply chain

The US has vast potential to become a top global lithium producer. How can the country exploit this potential?

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Major advancements in lithium production made in Argentina

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Product stewardship scheme to unlock Australian solar panel recycling economy

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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.

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Exploring the potential of advanced nuclear system coolants

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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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