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New initiative, EnergyTag, enables energy users to verify the source of their energy every...

EnergyTag, a new initiative led by some of the world’s largest players in renewable energy, will help bring greater transparency for energy consumers and accelerate the shift to clean energy.
technologies for hydrogen production

New research consortia to develop technologies for hydrogen production

Two new research consortia, led by the US Department of Energy, are charged with exploring new methods and technologies for hydrogen production. Hydrogen can effectively...
hybrid supercapacitor

New hybrid supercapacitor to improve upon conventional batteries

Researchers from Graz University of Technology, Austria, have developed a safe and sustainable hybrid supercapacitor for the repeated storage of electrical energy. Limited safety, sustainability,...
green research projects

European Commission launch a €1bn call for green research projects

The European Commission has launched a €1bn call for research projects that respond to issues caused by the current climate crisis. The Commission is...
quantum electronics

Magnetic superlattice material for the development of quantum electronics

Physicists led by the City College of New York, USA, have developed a new topological magnetic superlattice material which can lead to the development...
Critical Raw Materials

European Commission to launch a new critical raw materials action plan

This week the European Commission has presented its 2020 List of Critical Raw Materials alongside a foresight study on the future use of critical...
hot electron holes

Scientists increase our control of solar power by harvesting hot electron holes

A new study conducted by Upsala University, Sweden, has demonstrated ‘outstanding success’ in harvesting hot electron holes, potentially revolutionising solar cells, photochemical reactions, and...
Nanoporous carbons

Nanoporous carbons can improve energy storage devices

Researchers have discovered that optimised nanoporous carbons can improve the performance of energy storage and conversion devices. A research team from the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (HZB)...
Harvesting energy for IoT devices using small droplets of water

Harvesting energy for IoT devices using small droplets of liquid

A team of researchers from Japan have developed a method of harvesting energy for IoT devices using small droplets of liquid. Researchers use energy harvesting...
energy generation

Energy generation and the need for fuels

IPG’s ceramic and flameless microturbine combines up to 57% CO2 emission reductions in energy generation, with up to 76% cost reductions. Public understanding of climate...

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