Heliogen and Bloom Energy Lead the Way to Produce Low-Cost, Green Hydrogen Following Successful Demonstration

Longer run time and steam generation through concentrated solar, combined with high-temperature electrolysis, unlock low-cost hydrogen production

Purdue researchers test 3D concrete printing system as part of NSF-funded project

Transitioning to clean wind energy could become more cost-efficient as Purdue University researchers test a new technology created by an international startup to anchor offshore wind turbines.

Will lithium be our next energy crisis?

As the world transitions to electric vehicles, the race is on to lock down the U.S. domestic supply of this crucial mineral. But the U.S. may be in big trouble in the race to power this green initiative. Our domestic supply chain simply isn't ready.

It's time for change - Technology essential to tackle climate change

To pursue a sustainable future, manufacturers need to find options to increase energy efficiency. Industrial robotics is an ideal way to help improve sustainability and minimize the environmental impact of manufacturing activities.

GLOBAL ENERGY STORAGE MARKET SET TO HIT ONE TERAWATT-HOUR BY 2030

Energy storage installations around the world will reach a cumulative 358 gigawatts/1,028 gigawatt-hours by the end of 2030, more than twenty times larger than the 17 gigawatts/34 gigawatt-hours online at the end of 2020.

NREL Researchers Point Toward Energy Efficiency Instead of Long-Term Storage

As more communities plan to eventually rely on 100% renewable energy, the researchers offer a strategy that could guide their paths-one that shifts away from long-duration storage.

Solar Energy Infrastructure: Is It Cyber Secure?

Increasing the production of solar energy comes with specific security concerns. Before evaluating the safety of a smart grid, individuals must assess the technology's structure and functions.

Utilizing Ocean Heat as a Renewable Energy Source

An increasingly researched renewable resource is called ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC), in which the sea's temperature variations are used to produce power. Utilizing this heat could prove to be a great achievement.

NREL, Mines Insight Could Lead to Better Silicon Solar Panels

The lessons learned at the atomic level could lead to improvements in the way manufacturers strengthen their products against what is known as light-induced degradation.

NREL Enables Affordable Housing by Expanding Beyond Energy Efficiency

When looking at how energy efficiency can lower housing costs, "Utility bills are the easiest target," said NREL engineer Kristin Field-Macumber. "Now we are also looking at advanced manufacturing and making production more efficient."

Solving the Carbon dilemma

Beyond moving away from fossil fuels, one of the most promising strategies is trapping carbon and either sequestering it in the ground, or using it for other applications. There are a number of ways this can be done.

Electric Hydrogen Partnership Hopes To Repeat Success With Renewable Hydrogen Technology

The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and clean hydrogen company Electric Hydrogen have inked an agreement to develop high-performance electrolyzer components, helping to scale clean hydrogen and invent new opportunities for decarbonization.

ENEL BEGINS BAT DETERRENT TRIAL AT SOUTH AFRICAN WIND PLANT

Bat Deterrent Systems were installed on three of the plant's 37 Nordex turbines by Nordex technicians, following remote guidance from NRG's Technical Services team. This is the second trial of NRG's Bat Deterrent System in South Africa.

NREL Pinpoints Method for Moving Larger Wind Turbine Blades Across Country

Manufacturing blades that can bend with "controlled flexing" will allow railroads to ship longer blades around the United States. Because of bends, twists, and turns in railroad lines, the upper limit for transporting single-piece land-based blades by rail is currently 75 meters.

Solar Creating Resilience in Disaster-Hit Areas

Environmental engineers developed a solar storage system, creating an abundant energy supply before a storm hits. Instead of directly transferring electricity to local homes, the technology stores energy in shipping containers as green hydrogen.

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