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Can green hydrogen help to decarbonise China’s heavy industry?

New research has highlighted how China’s economy can utilise green hydrogen to decarbonise the heavy industry sector.

Decommissioning and remediation of NORM-affected mining and processing

Dr Hagen Gunther Jung, Director of GeoEnergy Consult, discusses the decommissioning and remediation of mining and processing affected by Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (NORM).

SUSTEC project develops sustainable 3D printed sodium batteries

A team of University researchers are pioneering sustainable sodium batteries using advanced 3D printing technology.

Waves carrying heated plasma energy observed for the first time

For the first time, scientists have found that electromagnetic waves, produced by high-energy particles, carry heated plasma energy.

The urgency of European battery material recycling

The European Commission collaborates with Batteries Europe to release ‘Roadmap on Raw Materials and Recycling’ report. Batteries Europe released its report on, 24 November, underlining...

Daimler battery recycling plant to be in Kuppenheim

Daimler has confirmed plans to build a new battery recycling factory in Kuppenheim, Germany to expand operations. Although rumours about a planned battery recycling plant...

Developing high-performance MXene electrodes for future battery

Scientists at City University have analysed electrochemical Nb2CTx MXene electrodes as a possible next generation battery material. The two-dimensional MXene has been a rising star...

Disrupting the battery recycling supply chain for renewable energy

Retriev Technologies president, Shane Thompson, is redefining the renewable energy future by tapping the power and potential of lithium-ion batteries. Lithium-ion batteries are everywhere. They...

Single-atom dimer electrocatalyst for green hydrogen production

Researchers discover that nickel-cobalt metal dimer on nitrogen-doped carbon can catalyse electrolysis under both acidic and alkaline conditions. The increasingly foreboding threats of climate change,...

The evolution of nanomaterials innovation in Canada

Marie D’Iorio, Founder and President of NanoCanada, spoke to Innovation News Netowrk about the evolving nanomaterials landscape in Canada and NanoCanada’s role in accelerating...

From high-grade Sri Lankan vein graphite mines to lithium-ion battery anodes

Don Baxter, CEO at Ceylon Graphite Corp, describes how the company will evolve into a stand-alone battery technology company through its access to the...

How lithium battery elements will power future EV batteries

Andrew Phillips, Executive Director and Chief Financial Officer at Lithium Power International Ltd, analyses the rapid development of batteries and how they are driven...

Battery material demands for EV batteries

Dr James Edmonson and Dr Alex Holland, Senior Technology Analysts at IDTechEx, examine EV battery cell and pack trends, including the varying battery material...

Transforming bauxite residue waste into critical materials

An environmentally friendly proprietary separation process will allow ElementUS to transform bauxite residue waste into valuable products that enable green technology. Bauxite residue is a...

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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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Decommissioning and remediation of NORM-affected mining and processing

Dr Hagen Gunther Jung, Director of GeoEnergy Consult, discusses the decommissioning and remediation of mining and processing affected by Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (NORM).

New process improves efficiency of low-cost solar cells 

Researchers have found a way to improve the efficiency of low-cost solar cells, aiding the global transition to clean energy.

Blue Sky Uranium reveals exciting results from Ivana Deposit

Blue Sky Uranium Corp has announced assay results from the last tranche of the completed reverse circulation (RC) drilling program at the Ivana Deposit.

European Commission approves €5.2bn for hydrogen value chain project

The European Commission has approved another project to support innovation and construction of infrastructure in the hydrogen value chain.

Storelectric’s energy storage solutions can overpower energy transition challenges

Why innovations in energy storage are crucial to combatting the challenges associated with the energy transition.

SUSTEC project develops sustainable 3D printed sodium batteries

A team of University researchers are pioneering sustainable sodium batteries using advanced 3D printing technology.

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New testing facility to accelerate advanced nuclear technologies

The University of Pittsburgh is developing a pool-type materials testing facility to accelerate advanced nuclear technologies. In order to facilitate advanced nuclear technologies, stable materials...

Exploring the potential of advanced nuclear system coolants

Professor Mark Anderson from the University of Wisconsin-Madison discusses some of the interesting experimental science questions associated with advanced nuclear system coolants and how...

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

Professor Brent Heuser discusses the development of accident tolerant nuclear fuel for nuclear power plants in the aftermath of the Fukushima Daiichi accident. Global climate...

Corrosion damage modelling of dry storage containers for spent nuclear fuel

Robert G Kelly, AT&T Professor of Engineering at the University of Virginia, explains why we must understand when significant corrosion damage can occur to...

Molten salt reactors: An old technology made new

A nuclear technology, molten salt reactors (MSRs), once considered to power aircraft during the Cold War, is now on the cusp of lighting our...

Developing advanced nuclear reactors using ion irradiation to accelerate neutron damage

Researchers at the University of Michigan are utilising ion irradiation to accelerate neutron damage, thus paving the way for the development of advanced nuclear...