Introducing a circular economy for rare-earth elements that can eliminate environmental impact and mitigate supply concerns.
August 03, 2023 by Claire Turvill
Last year’s Inflation Reduction Act tasked the federal government with investing billions to jumpstart domestic solar manufacturing, aiming to…
July 30, 2023 by Shannon Cuthrell
China’s manufacturing industry is a concern in combatting climate change, and researchers are studying the country's emissions and power…
July 28, 2023 by Shannon Flynn
As the world works toward an energy transition, is engineering education keeping up to produce skilled and knowledgeable workers?
July 28, 2023 by Claire Turvill
The U.S. Department of Energy recently released a report on 2022 clean energy job growth, and the results might surprise you.
July 26, 2023
Scientists are actively developing recycling methods to address the expected increase in carbon and glass fiber waste.
July 26, 2023 by Claire Turvill
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
In an age of finding creative ways to recycle end-of-life products, a Swiss startup is using retired wind turbine blades as solar panel support beams.
July 20, 2023 by Claire Turvill
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
As the global drive toward sustainable energy intensifies, the demand for clean fuels has soared to the forefront of environmental and economic…
July 14, 2023 by Claire Turvill
The industry is having its ups and downs—and it’s bad news for a world counting on wind power to combat climate change.
July 13, 2023 by Kevin Clemens
Small modular reactor developers face interest rate hikes and soaring commodity prices for steel piping, fabricated steel plates, and other…
July 13, 2023 by Shannon Cuthrell
Two programs led by the U.S. Department of Energy unveiled $15 million in awards for projects targeting cadmium telluride solar cells and workforce…
July 11, 2023 by Shannon Cuthrell
Australian researchers have demonstrated how a lattice-water-assisted oxygen exchange technique offers superior efficiency and stability as a…
Three studies highlight advancements in perovskite solar cell materials, efficiency, and commercialization. Here’s a briefing.
July 10, 2023 by Shannon Cuthrell
A study compares four countries’ strategies for mobilizing public funds to ramp up low-carbon projects after the COVID pandemic.
An assessment from two European consultancies backs the feasibility of a green hydrogen pipeline from Qatar to Europe.
July 07, 2023 by Shannon Cuthrell
Coldplay has found a way to reduce the environmental impact of their tours, setting an example for musicians globally.
July 03, 2023 by Claire Turvill
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