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Researchers have found that vertical turbines are more efficient and compact than traditional models, potentially advancing wind farms.
Researchers say they have manufactured the world's fastest ever exfoliation of a photomechanical material, changing mechanics as we know it.
A new H2020 project is using hybrid testing methods proven in other industries to create a new hybrid testing platform for wave energy converters.
A new partnership between The University of Manchester and UKAEA will accelerate the country’s development of fusion energy.
Researchers have found that C02 can be converted into chemicals or fuels electrochemically using stable copper catalysts.
Australia’s only vanadium production facility is poised to be a strategic partner for the long-term clean energy storage market. As governments around the world set...
Cornish Lithium outlines the importance of establishing a secure and environmentally responsible supply of lithium for the UK as part of the transition to...
Kitti Nyitrai, a member of the European Energy Commissioner Kadri Simson’s Cabinet, discusses the future of renewable hydrogen, from policy frameworks to R&D, and its key role in Europe's green future.
Engineers from the University Otto von Guericke of Magdeburg are developing intelligent turbines for green energy from tidal waterpower.
Scientists have found a way to accelerate the uptake of solar technology by increasing the environmental safety of perovskite solar cells.
An international research have developed a new method for constructing solar cells that could significantly increase their efficiency.
Researchers has collaborated with Mitsubishi, to optimise the P2P trading of surplus renewable electricity.
Researchers have identified the nitrogen atoms in the catalyst of a fuel cell that will optimise renewable energy storage for transport.
RECHARGE outline some of the barriers, and their solutions, to achieving the vision of a prosperous and sustainable economy.
Giles Dickson, CEO of WindEurope, talks to The Innovation Platform’s Managing Editor Michelle Gordon about how Europe’s offshore wind sector is leading the way for the rest of the world
The EU Strategy on Offshore Renewable Energy, which aims to increase Europe’s offshore wind capacity to 60 GW by 2030 and to 300 GW by 2050.
A new study at Uppsala University in Sweden has developed a coating material for semiconductors which enables fuel production to become more sustainable. The ‘Enhancing...
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.
Scientists in South Korea have presented an innovative design for the development of a high-power transparent solar cell. As published in Nano Energy, the researchers...
The British Prime Minister has announced a £160m investment to upgrade offshore wind energy infrastructure in Northern England, Scotland, and Wales. The funding will be...