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Ensuring the electrification of Europe’s value chains

Bo Normark of EIT InnoEnergy Scandinavia explains that the electrification of Europe's value chains is required for decarbonisation.

‘First mover’ in a large unexplored vanadium district in Argentina

NewEra’s strategic vanadium portfolio offers investors excellent growth and blue-sky potential in a virgin vanadium district.

The future of fusion energy

Caroline Anderson of the Fusion Industry Association details the latest breakthroughs in fusion energy and what this means for its future.

Bioenergy: The local and truly green source of renewable energy

Maija Lepistö, Communications Officer at Bioenergy Europe, emphasises the importance of bioenergy in achieving clean energy targets.

Lithium – the key to our energy transformation

International battery metals (IBAT) and its partners are dedicated to bringing about a green lithium extraction revolution.

New research brings us closer to “green” flow batteries

A research team at the University of Bayreuth is making monumental strides towards optimising iron-based flow batteries.

The future of testing wave energy technology

A new H2020 project is using hybrid testing methods proven in other industries to create a new hybrid testing platform for wave energy converters. 

First commercial electrochemical CO2 conversion system

Researchers from (KIST) have revealed their development of an electrochemical C02 conversion system for commercial application.

Advancements made in calcium batteries thanks to new material

Scientists from Tohoku University are optimistic that they have made a breakthrough in creating rechargeable calcium batteries by utilising a new material.

NUDGE project releases new survey on energy consumption and consumer behaviour

NUDGE, a project funded by the Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, is conducting an Energy Transition survey to understand how we consume and save energy at home.

Scientists design ‘smart’ device to harvest daylight

A team of scientists from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore has created a device to harvest daylight and relay it to underground areas.

Progress towards fast charging lithium-ion batteries

New research conducted by a University of Utah engineering professor could lead to fast charging lithium-ion batteries, which could be used to improve the...

Agile production system for flexible battery cell manufacturing

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology is developing an agile production system for flexible battery cell manufacturing. This will mean battery cells can be adapted individually to fit various requirements.

Vanadium: a key component in the clean energy future

Australia’s only vanadium production facility is poised to be a strategic partner for the long-term clean energy storage market. As governments around the world set...

Research breakthrough in “massless” energy storage with structural battery

Researchers from Chalmers University of Technology have made a significant breakthrough in “massless” energy storage with a structural battery that performs ten times better than all previous versions.

Enhancing energy storage in batteries paves the way for electric vehicles

A group, led by the University of Bath, has reached a significant landmark towards enhancing energy storage in lithium-ion batteries, and increasing electric vehicle range in the future.

Renewable hydrogen and Europe’s green future

Kitti Nyitrai, a member of the European Energy Commissioner Kadri Simson’s Cabinet, discusses the future of renewable hydrogen, from policy frameworks to R&D, and its key role in Europe's green future.

Strong airflows in the lower atmosphere impact the performance of wind farms

Researchers have found strong airflows in the lower atmosphere, known as low-level jets, are beneficial to the performance of wind farms.

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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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Highest-grade rare earth deposit to date identified in the US

Critical Materials Corp. has revealed that they have uncovered the highest-grade rare earth deposit ever identified in the US.

Ensuring the electrification of Europe’s value chains

Bo Normark of EIT InnoEnergy Scandinavia explains that the electrification of Europe's value chains is required for decarbonisation.

The future of fusion energy

Caroline Anderson of the Fusion Industry Association details the latest breakthroughs in fusion energy and what this means for its future.

Researchers produce green hydrogen through seawater splitting

An international team of researchers has successfully split seawater without pre-treatment to produce green hydrogen.

Ensuring the electrification of Europe’s value chains

Bo Normark of EIT InnoEnergy Scandinavia explains that the electrification of Europe's value chains is required for decarbonisation.

Recharge Industries set to takeover Britishvolt within the next week

Australian battery technology start-up Recharge Industries has been confirmed as the preferred bidder Britishvolt

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