With tweaks offering higher performance, an experimental proton battery developed by Australian researchers may be a promising alternative to…
August 24, 2023 by Shannon Cuthrell
The University of Pennsylvania research team developed a high-quality single-crystal layer of niobium-titanium oxide, but the…
August 21, 2023 by Jake Hertz
Direct ocean carbon capture is an emerging concept in negative emissions technologies. It helps mitigate the damaging effects of carbon dioxide…
August 18, 2023 by Claire Turvill
A recent report delves into the challenges facing commercial EV charging. Xendee CTO and Co-Founder Michael Stadler offers EE Power readers a…
August 17, 2023 by Jake Hertz
Can NFT power consumption emissions be eliminated using excess renewable energy?
August 15, 2023 by Emily Newton
As the options for energy generation continue to grow, so does the complexity of power grids, and classic computers are struggling to keep up.…
August 15, 2023 by Claire Turvill
Using materials that have been around for ages, MIT researchers have designed a new form of supercapacitor. This article will examine…
August 14, 2023 by Jake Hertz
A study out of Oak Ridge National Laboratory assesses the benefits of dry processing in lithium-ion battery manufacturing.
August 10, 2023 by Shannon Cuthrell
At a parking lot designed to test charging equipment, researchers are training an AI algorithm to optimize EV charging based on employees’…
August 08, 2023 by Shannon Cuthrell
An Italian study dug into the environmental advantages of floating wind farms throughout their life cycles. Here are the eye-opening takeaways,…
August 07, 2023 by Zac Amos
Introducing a circular economy for rare-earth elements that can eliminate environmental impact and mitigate supply concerns.
August 03, 2023 by Claire Turvill
NASA’s commitment to sustainable aviation continues with a prototype battery that boasts 500 watt-hours per kilogram energy density.
A new cybersecurity research tool exposes vulnerabilities in EV charging equipment and communication.
August 02, 2023 by Shannon Cuthrell
Researchers from the Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology introduced a new technique for measuring heating and cooling…
July 28, 2023 by Shannon Cuthrell
Researchers have found that adding sugar to the electrolyte has some astonishing results.
July 27, 2023 by Kevin Clemens
German and Canadian researchers demonstrate a low-cost photoreactor concept supplying high photon/energy efficiency without sun tracking.
July 25, 2023 by Shannon Cuthrell
The still-nascent low-carbon hydrogen market is hindered by uncertainty around demand, emissions intensity, varying definitions of clean hydrogen,…
July 21, 2023 by Shannon Cuthrell
Adding a fluorinated cation could introduce greater battery health and longer lifetimes.
July 21, 2023 by Jake Hertz
How did renewable energy fare in last year’s energy consumption data? A new report from the U.S. Energy Information Administration reveals the…
July 20, 2023 by Shannon Cuthrell
Could water be the newest source of raw materials for the renewable energy infrastructure?
July 18, 2023 by Emily Newton
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