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UK government reveals massive investment into Scottish tidal power

UK government reveals massive investment into Scottish tidal power

The government has announced it will invest a staggering £20m in Tidal Stream electricity each year across the UK, unlocking vast potential for Scottish...
European battery material recycling

The urgency of European battery material recycling

The European Commission collaborates with Batteries Europe to release ‘Roadmap on Raw Materials and Recycling’ report. Batteries Europe released its report on, 24 November, underlining...
environmental footprint

CERN communicates plans to reduce their environmental footprint

With the release of their second Environment Report, CERN illustrates its concreate actions to reduce its environmental footprint by focusing on its greenhouse gas...
Wind-based electrification

Wind-based electrification in a climate neutral Europe

WindEurope’s ‘Electric City’ event highlighted that wind-based electrification will account for half of the electricity produced in a climate neutral transition. WindEurope’s 2021 annual event,...
MXene battery

Developing high-performance MXene electrodes for future battery

Scientists at City University have analysed electrochemical Nb2CTx MXene electrodes as a possible next generation battery material. The two-dimensional MXene has been a rising star...
Single atom dimer

Single-atom dimer electrocatalyst for green hydrogen production

Researchers discover that nickel-cobalt metal dimer on nitrogen-doped carbon can catalyse electrolysis under both acidic and alkaline conditions. The increasingly foreboding threats of climate change,...

Hydrogen powered vehicles: a fast-emerging market

As global leader in the field of hydrogen powered vehicles, First Hydrogen is in a unique position to capitalise on this growing market. As distinguished...

From high-grade Sri Lankan vein graphite mines to lithium-ion battery anodes

Don Baxter, CEO at Ceylon Graphite Corp, describes how the company will evolve into a stand-alone battery technology company through its access to the...
mobile EV charging

The first net zero mobile EV charging ecosystem

A platform that offers rapid, mobile EV charging tech to allow anyone, anywhere, to have an EV charge service is launched by Cambridge start-up...
bauxite residue waste

Transforming bauxite residue waste into critical materials

An environmentally friendly proprietary separation process will allow ElementUS to transform bauxite residue waste into valuable products that enable green technology. Bauxite residue is a...

Optimising batteries made from recycled materials

How using a novel process called Hydro-to-Cathode™ battery recycling can result in better performance than batteries made from new materials. As the demand for greater...

Graphite One: ground-breaking graphite project for a growing market

Anthony Huston, President, CEO and Director at Graphite One, outlines the largest graphite project in North America, and largest critical mineral project in the...
ESG principles are driving the UK's battery supply chain

ESG principles are driving the UK’s battery supply chain

Craig Woodburn, Head of ESG at Britishvolt, passionately details the organisation’s commitment to ESG principles and how they will add to the UK’s battery...
battery metals

Zero carbon Scandinavian battery metals for the European battery industry

Kuniko Limited rocketed on to the ASX in August 2021 with immediate success, driving a zero carbon mandate and development of a strong portfolio...
graphite supply chain

Volt’s complete solution for meeting graphite supply chain for LIBs

Volt is implementing an integrated mine and graphite supply chain to meet stakeholder requirements for the crucial battery anode material. Trevor Matthews, Managing Director,...
zero emission HGVs

COP26 sees Government’s pledge to make HGVs zero emission by 2040

The Department for Transport settle transportation plans to ensure all new heavy goods vehicles in the UK to be zero emission within the next...

A net zero future dependent on the correct rare earth supply

From its critical and heavy rare earths dominant Makuutu Project, Ionic Rare Earths is intent on being a significant player with a long-life, low-cost...
Graphite-based anode material

Graphite-based anode materials for lithium-ion batteries

Superior Graphite has modified its well-established high temperature fluidised bed technology to be applied to the production of natural flake and synthetic graphite-based anode...
Environmentally friendly batteries

Pursuing cheaper and more environmentally friendly batteries

Researchers from the University of Oslo are developing environmentally friendly batteries with improved technology for the renewable energy transition. As the world is being electrified,...
synthetic materials

First Hydrogen’s Wrigley speaks at COP26 conference

First Hydrogen Corp's Nicholas Wrigley will be guest speaker at Invest Africa’s roundtable discussion at the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26).

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