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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.

Strengthening the rare earths supply chain through innovation

The REIA has recently joined two European innovation projects as part of its mission to help strengthen the global rare earth supply chain.

New Brazilian legislation boosts Oceana Lithium’s mining project

Oceana Lithium is set to take advantage of new Brazilian foreign trading legislation that will boost its lithium mining projects.

How the UK is securing an independent rare earth supply chain

UK company Pensana is working to build an independent and sustainable supply of rare earth metals, used to manufacture permanent magnets.

Elestor electricity storage company receives €30 million investment

Elestor has secured a €30 million investment from a consortium spearheaded by Norwegian energy giant Equinor's corporate venture capital arm.

Elestor’s flow battery electricity storage: The shape of things to come

electricity storage company Elestor is reshaping the world of batteries in ways that promise to transform the entire energy system.

How Greenland can capitalise on the $10bn global rare earth elements market

Greenland is perfectly poised to capitalise on the rare earth elements market forecasted to be worth $10bn in 2026.

GHI announces the development of a green hydrogen production complex in Nova Scotia

GHI has announced the Spirit of Scotia green hydrogen hub, a gigascale green hydrogen production complex to be built in Nova Scotia, Canada.

Ocean energy can make waves in the renewable energy sector

Discover why ocean energy is well-placed to be as successful as wind and solar in Europe’s renewables market.

A Canadian battery supply chain can expedite the clean energy transition

The Energy Futures Lab explores Canada’s potential position as a global leader of the clean energy transition.

ION Energy: Poised to disrupt Asia’s battery metals scene

Mongolia’s first lithium brine explorer and developer ION Energy is well-placed to become a major name in the Asian battery metals market.

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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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