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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.

The edge of fusion energy commercialisation in the US

Learn everything about the U.S. Department of Energy's efforts in commercialising fusion energy in the country.

Transitioning to green energy could produce more harmful carbon emissions

The construction of green energy sources consumes energy, some of which comes from the fossil fuels we are trying to eradicate.

New material boosts the performance and stability of organic photovoltaics

Experts from Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) have innovated a new material that optimises organic photovoltaics.

Battery metals, mines, and opportunities for Canada

Rich with deposits of all the necessary battery metals, Canada is well positioned to be a leading supplier of the EV revolution.

Ending the lithium shortage: AIS is poised to help skyrocket global battery supply

AIS Resources and its partners are developing six projects in Argentina’s Lithium Triangle that could flip the global lithium shortage on its head.

Could fusion be the ultimate energy of the future?

Fusion energy is low-carbon and near limitless, meaning it could be the answer for powering the global energy transition.

Storage Power Solutions Inc. takes on the challenges of behind-the-meter energy storage systems

Storage Power Solution’s C-2-CTM energy storage system offers superior safety and environmental performance.

The path toward fusion power commercialisation

Experts from EUROfusion discuss how public research helps the entire field to get fusion power ready for the grid.

Sokoman and Benton discover high-grade caesium mineralisation

Sokoman Minerals Corp. and Benton Resources Inc. have discovered a high-grade caesium-rich dyke in Newfoundland.

A new paradigm for Canadian battery metals supply

As battery metals need to be sourced for the clean energy transition, what actions should Canada take to develop a secure supply chain?

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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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Innovating Europe’s clean hydrogen sector

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Storage Power Solution’s C-2-CTM energy storage system offers superior safety and environmental performance.

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