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Prof Dr Michael Düren from Justus Liebig University Giessen shares his expertise on infrastructure and jobs for both energy and mobility.
The use of nano-engineered crystals instead of metallic particles in fuels could could open the door to the next generation of transportation fuels.
Used in medical settings for over 20 years, Sterilair is now being used in a wide range of close-contact environments to maintain healthy air quality.
Renewable energy sources are the environmentally ideal way to proceed, which includes massive lithium batteries that can be recharged - scientists are now looking to solve the scarcity problem of using lithium as a base.
Hydrogen is a known game-changer for the future of renewable, clean energy - but is the concept of energy independence part of the reason why some revolutionary inventions are being suppressed?
Nuclear power is an integral part of the UK’s plans to transition to net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
Here, Gwo-shyh Song, Associate Professor at National Taiwan University, discusses the energy and reservoir importance of the Sun-Moon Lake in Taiwan.
Stephenson’s Rocket was a major driver of the last industrial revolution two hundred years ago. Will the UK PM, Johnson, be able to deliver a similar principle that will be recognised in two hundred years from now?
Professor Martin Freer, Director of Birmingham Energy Institute, University of Birmingham, details his thoughts on overcoming our largest challenge to achieve net-zero by 2050.
As we move towards low emission alternatives to fossil fuels in transport, are hydrogen vehicles a better option than electric vehicles?
Christophe Quarez, Member of the European Economic and Social Committee explores the social and societal dimension of the energy transition.
European Green Cities (EGC) is a network aiming to work together for a sustainable Europe, through a number of innovations and collaborations.
Steven Cowan, Technical Director, PADD Energy, underlines low carbon heat generation as we transition away from natural gas as a fuel source, including comment on Combined Heat & Power.
All forces are being brought to bear in our challenge to slow climate change, in an attempt to preserve our planet for future generations - where does nanotechnology fit in?
Microorganisms within soil could be turned into solar-powered fuel cells that can purify significant amounts of drinking water in one day.
Increased demand for renewables increases carbon exhaustive mining, so how can supply chain emissions be reduced?
Open Access Government explores the priorities of the Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy for ensuring that the UK has secure energy supplies that are reliable, affordable, and clean.
Here, Rie Krabsen and Erik Christiansen of EBO Consult continue to disclose the ins and out of district heating, in particular, discussing operation and maintenance.
Jim Siegrist from the Office of Science at the U.S. Department of Energy, charts how future machines will explore new frontiers in particle physics.
The Electroceramics group at Imperial College London docuses on research and development for electrochemical devices to meet standards for the future.