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03 08 2021 | 10:25

345 - MW Texas Wind - to - Hydrogen Project is Biggest in US

Growing demand for hydrogen-based technology is driving renewable energy expansion in Texas—including the largest wind-powered hydrogen project in the U.S. The 345-MW wind-to-power project is the…

03 08 2021 | 10:19

Delayed Bulgana wind-battery hub to enter full production by 2022

French renewable and battery storage developer Neoen says it expects its heavily delayed Bulgana wind and battery hub in western Victoria to be in full production by the end of the year. The Bulgana…

03 08 2021 | 10:14

‘Lightbulb moment’: the battery technology invented in a Brisbane garage that is going global

Dominic Spooner’s startup Vaulta is working on a reusable battery casing to create less waste and a lighter product As some of the world’s largest companies invest billions to advance battery…

26 07 2021 | 00:49

First Ivorian-based innovation wins the Africa prize for engineering innovation

Chemical Engineer Noël N’guessan has won the Royal Academy of Engineering’s 2021 Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation with a biowaste equipment innovation for smallholder farmers in West Africa to…

23 07 2021 | 10:32

UK Government and Ofgem unveil new plan for smart technologies and data to future-proof UK energy

The UK Government and Ofgem have announced plans for smart technologies to help consumers cut their bills and boost energy efficiency. Published jointly by the government and Ofgem, the Smart…

17 07 2021 | 11:12

Solar Energy Job Market Heats Up Globally

"I really like my job, I'm excited and I'm learning a lot," says Fabian Rojas. The 26-year-old Argentinian has been working since last October for a small company near the western German city of…

17 07 2021 | 10:35

International Students Initiative Plans to Train 50,000 Young Renewable Energy Workers

A Canadian-based global renewable energy solutions group is joining forces with New Energy Nexus and the Government of Denmark to help deploy 10,000 new youth-led clean energy initiatives by 2030. 

17 07 2021 | 10:09

Attribution Science Could Bring More Wins in Climate Lawsuits.

Better use of the latest climate attribution science in lawsuits against companies and governments that pollute could bring far more wins in the courts, says a new study in Nature Climate Change.

17 07 2021 | 09:39

UNCDF Releases Breakthrough Publication on Inclusive Digital Economies for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

THURSDAY 08 July 2021 (New York): The United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) has released a breakthrough publication ‘Inclusive Digital Economies for the Sustainable Development Goals’.…

15 07 2021 | 09:20

Australia: AEMO looks to smarter ways of managing abundant solar.

Acknowledges need to move to more transparent mechanism developed with stakeholder input Australia has a growing opportunity to change how we use electricity to make the most of abundant solar in…

13 07 2021 | 11:43

Japan still seeking to exploit coal power loopholes.

JBIC wants to continue burdening developing nations with its expensive coal-fired power technology Japan is continuing to push its expensive coal-fired power technology on developing nations if such…

10 07 2021 | 08:34

Fear of Geoengineering Is Really Anxiety About Cutting Carbon

Research into unproven technofixes isn’t a replacement for eliminating emissions, even if the debate over geoengineering is stuck on that concern. Typical climate discourse is already polarizing…

08 07 2021 | 14:18

Nissan unveils £1bn electric vehicle hub to accelerate the journey to carbon neutrality

Nissan has unveiled a £1 billion flagship Electric Vehicle (EV) Hub creating a world-first EV manufacturing ecosystem. Centred around the record-breaking plant in Sunderland, UK, Nissan EV36Zero…

05 07 2021 | 09:08

We can now track ocean microplastics from space, by looking at how winds and water interact

Researchers at the University of Michigan (U-M) have developed a new approach to tracking microplastics in ocean waters, anywhere in the world, on a daily basis. This relies on satellites from the…

30 06 2021 | 10:12

Offshore wind clusters ‘to lower energy production’ – study

Study warns of greater impact of wake effect on wind turbines’ energy output as more offshore wind farms are built Cluster wake effects could significantly reduce the energy generated by turbines as…

30 06 2021 | 10:03

Emissions-free, flying taxis planned for 2024 Olympics in Paris

German start-up says the Volocopter is much quieter and need less maintenance than a traditional helicopter - along with having no carbon emissions An electric-powered flying taxi, which was…

25 06 2021 | 10:37

‘Cool Walks’ App Finds Shady Walking Routes to Avoid Extreme Heat in Barcelona.

Barcelonians can now use a new app designed to show pedestrians the shadiest routes to take to avoid extreme heat. The app, Cool Walks, a navigation and routing tool for pedestrians, was first…

23 06 2021 | 13:48

Novel technologies could reduce agriculture emissions by 70%.

From better use of fertilizers to soil management, farming measures can go a long way. A combination of innovations in digital agriculture, crop and microbial genetics, and electrification could…

22 06 2021 | 09:28

To Meet Net-Zero Ambitions, Global Wind Workforce Must Keep Pace

The global wind industry will need to train upwards of 480,000 more people to Global Wind Organisation (GWO) standards over the next five years to meet global wind power market demand in line with…

14 06 2021 | 10:47

Flower power: how one company is beautifying the wind turbine.

Tulip-shaped ‘eco-art’ turbines address common complaints about noise, danger to wildlife and ugliness. Tulips and flowers could help harness the power of the wind, after a green energy company came…