EnergyNews

GREATER4H: Kickstarting the hydrogen economy in Northern Europe

The project kickstarts a hydrogen economy by enabling heavy-duty vehicles to shift from diesel to hydrogen across several European countries.

Advanced technology projects to efficiently recycle nuclear fuel

The US DOE's Argonne National Laboratory has been awarded over $6m to develop innovative technologies for recycling used nuclear fuel.

Approval granted for Europe’s largest lithium refinery

The lithium refinery will supply critical metals to the ever-growing EV industry, producing both lithium hydroxide and lithium carbonate.

Working towards environmentally friendly lithium extraction methods

Lithium is crucial in the switch to renewable energy, but the extraction process of this critical mineral has been costly to the environment.

Orion Engineered Carbons: Premium carbon black grades for lithium-ion batteries

Orion Engineered Carbons offers sustainable and highly conductive carbon black solutions for lithium-ion batteries.

Vertoro plan to decarbonise the shipping industry with crude sugar oil e-fuels

Dr Michael Boot of Vertoro explains how crude sugar oil e-fuels can help to decarbonise the shipping industry.

Can Direct Lithium Extraction boost lithium mining efficiency?

Lithium Power International outlines major technological developments accelerating lithium mining, such as Direct Lithium Extraction.

Nanomaterials boost performance of environmentally friendly batteries

Researchers have improved the performance of environmentally friendly batteries using catalysts with unconventional phase nanostructures.

Hydrogen generation for a cleaner future

As the world works towards a clean future, Element 1 are providing advanced hydrogen generators to support the fuel cell industry.

EIT RawMaterials are leading Europe’s progress on green transition

The European Commission has highlighted EIT RawMaterial’s achievements in leading the digital and green transition.

bp submits government bid for Teesside green hydrogen plant

bp has submitted a bid for its proposed large-scale green hydrogen plant, HyGreen Teesside, to the UK Government.

Nuclear fusion reactor instabilities solved by new operational regime

A group of scientists have devised a new operational regime that potentially solves the instability dangers of nuclear fusion reactors.

Rare earth element catalyst lowers cost of next-gen fuel cells

Discover how scientists have developed catalysts for next-generation fuel cells using a rare earth element (REE) known as lanthanum.

Sodium batteries improved with new electrode material

A research group from Osaka Metropolitan University has developed a cheaper positive electrode to enhance all-solid-state sodium batteries.

Related Topics

Innovation News Network brings you the latest energy news from research organisations looking at more sustainable solutions to the increasing demand for renewable energy sources.

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.

Advertisements

Advertisements

Latest Energy eBooks

Approval granted for Europe’s largest lithium refinery

The lithium refinery will supply critical metals to the ever-growing EV industry, producing both lithium hydroxide and lithium carbonate.

Working towards environmentally friendly lithium extraction methods

Lithium is crucial in the switch to renewable energy, but the extraction process of this critical mineral has been costly to the environment.

Advanced technology projects to efficiently recycle nuclear fuel

The US DOE's Argonne National Laboratory has been awarded over $6m to develop innovative technologies for recycling used nuclear fuel.

GREATER4H: Kickstarting the hydrogen economy in Northern Europe

The project kickstarts a hydrogen economy by enabling heavy-duty vehicles to shift from diesel to hydrogen across several European countries.

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.

New electron microscopy technique heightens performance of rechargeable batteries

University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign scientists have developed an electron microscopy technique that enhances rechargeable batteries.

Featured Energy News

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...