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Driving the green revolution: The use of copper in EVs

Colin Bennett, Market Intelligence Director at the International Copper Association, shares his thoughts on the increasing use of copper in the EV industry. Despite the...

Accelerating the journey to net zero emissions in Britain

The Advanced Propulsion Centre has invested £43.7m into projects that are paving the way to net zero emissions in Britain. On 17 June 2022, the...

Are biogas and biomethane supply chains eco-friendly?

Researchers from Imperial College London have revealed that biogas and biomethane supply chains may not be as environmentally friendly as originally thought. Scientists have acknowledged...

U.S. DOE invests $57.9m into decarbonising the American industrial sector

The U.S. DOE has invested $57.9m to support 30 projects to contribute towards decarbonising the American industrial sector. The importance of advancing the science of...

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Calorimeters to advance thermal management and battery safety

The development of safe lithium-ion cells is of utmost importance for a breakthrough in the electrification of transport and...

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Volt Carbon Technologies: Leading the future for solid-state batteries

Volt Carbon Technologies is harnessing its expertise to become industry production leader of solid-state batteries, graphene and graphite products. Volt...

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Galvanic Energy: Industry leading geoscience exploration company

Geoscience exploration company, Galvanic Energy, employs innovative strategies to mineral acquisition advancing the US renewable energy sector. Galvanic Energy is...

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Offshore wind vessel decarbonisation: The first step for a net zero future

ORE Catapult’s clean maritime demonstration competition projects are set to revolutionise offshore wind vessel decarbonisation. ORE Catapult’s projects will revolutionise offshore wind The Offshore Renewable Energy...

ZEVx has the solutions for the future of fleet electrification

The Innovation Platform spoke to Charles Maury, Chief Design Officer of ZEVx, about the organisation’s goal to electrify light- and medium-duty fleet vehicles, and...

£18.9m funding to help reach the UK’s net zero targets

Nine new projects at research facilities and centres at UK universities will help the UK to reduce carbon emissions and reach net zero targets. The...

Saietta: EV powertrain technology to take vehicles further

Saietta Group’s Wicher (Vic) Kist explains how the company is accelerating electrification transitions with its EV powertrain solutions. Saietta Group PLC is a multi-national business...

Harnessing the power of solar energy through photosynthesis

Scientists are developing innovative techniques that utilise photosynthesis to harness solar energy, creating new methods of energy storage. 

Pursuing the transition to a more sustainable Europe by 2030

The European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) is developing inactivates to back the European Green Deal to create a more sustainable Europe by...

Investing in copper for a greener future

As demand grows for metals used in green technologies, Denis Miville-Deschênes, President and CEO of Highland Copper Company Inc., discusses why now is the...

Exploring the growing interest in Greenland’s critical minerals

Greenland has been long known for its rich mineral endowment but, in the quest to secure critical minerals, its reputation has attracted new attention. Australian...

UK Government grant £2m to innovative and sustainable transport projects

To make the UK transport system greener and more efficient, entrepreneurs and innovators have been awarded Government funding to develop their sustainable transport projects. UK...

Green energy solutions to reshape city landscapes

Researchers are analysing novel green energy solutions to ensure the greening of cities benefits both people and nature alike. Several cities in Europe are embracing...

Saietta to construct novel electric motor manufacturing facility in Sunderland

Saietta have confirmed their plans to construct a novel electric motor manufacturing facility in Sunderland with an initial capacity of 100,000 motors per annum. The...

Novel report shows climate action must be taken now

A comprehensive Assessment Report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change indicates that further climate action is crucial to mitigating the impacts of global...

Developing a sustainable electric motor for electric vehicles

Researchers from the Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG) and the Reduced Induction Field Torque (RIFT) Technology are working to create a cost-effective and sustainable electric...

The European Commission grants €1bn to innovative clean energy projects

To help the EU navigate the clean energy climate transition, the European Commission has granted €1bn to fund innovative clean energy projects in Europe. The...

Scientists discover novel method for converting CO2 into fuel

A research team from the University of Surrey has developed a novel method for converting carbon dioxide into fuel. Why are scientists embarking on the...

Amazon reveals its first ever electric Heavy Goods Vehicle fleet in the UK

The arrival of Amazon’s electric Heavy Goods Vehicle fleet in the UK is an important step for the company’s goal to achieve a net-zero...

Agua+S: A sustainable solution for drought

A research team from the University of Malaga has designed ‘Agua+S,’ which is a circular economy project that proposes a sustainable solution for drought. What...

Korab Resources: Creating a secure and sustainable supply of ‘green’ magnesium

Winchester is the best undeveloped high-grade magnesium project in the world, and Korab Resources (ASX:KOR) aims to make it a sustainable, secure, low-cost source...

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Green Energy

Green Energy can be generated by renewable, natural energy sources such as solar, wind, geothermal, hydro, wave and tidal power.

These green energy sources are naturally replenished and have a lesser impact on the environment than the burning of fossil fuels, such as oil and coal, both of which which take thousands of years to form and in a finite supply.

Green energy is also a preferred power source as it creates less pollution in both it’s extraction and consumption.