NREL Calculates Lost Value of Landfilled Plastic in U.S.

Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) calculated the energy value of landfilled plastic waste in 2019 was enough to supply 5% of the power used by the country's transportation sector, or 5.5% by the industrial sector.

Report From Clean Energy Canada Shows Opportunity for Growth in EVs

The report analyzed and compared ownership costs of popular EV models to traditional vehicles and the findings were significant. Continue reading to review the findings and learn about the future of the global EV market.

The Role of AI in Developing Energy Efficiency

Artificial intelligence (AI) is an emerging tool that may help us engineer better energy efficiency into everything we do. Here are several ways allying with AI improves workflows and profitability.

Why Does the Seafood Industry Want to Use Geothermal Energy?

Environmentalists give aquaculture a bad rap for its high energy absorption and adverse effects on fish health. Fish farmers are targeting negative ecological impacts by sourcing energy from geothermal sources.

Sinopec's First BIPV Carbon-Neutral Gas Station Powered By Solis

The project is seen as a breakthrough for Sinopec in the application of distributed solar power generation and also the first carbon-neutral gas station built and run by Sinopec in Guangxi.

Creating a Sustainable Marine Experience in Greyhope Bay

Conservationists wanted to renovate Aberdeen's Torry Battery to create an educational marine center for the community with a zero-footprint, sustainable design.

Wind Industry enjoyed its second-best year but scaling-up for Net Zero requires policy breakthrough

Record years for several regions and offshore wind reflect strong market growth, but installations must still quadruple by the end of the decade to meet a net zero pathway.

'Freeze-Thaw Battery' Is Adept at Preserving Its Energy

The development of the "freeze-thaw battery," which freezes its energy for use later, is a step toward batteries that can be used for seasonal storage: saving energy in one season, such as the spring, and spending it in another, like autumn.

New biodiesel strains offer measurable gains

Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil is gaining popularity as a more environmentally friendly option for reducing emissions of diesel ICEs

Scientists achieve record efficiency for ultra-thin solar panels

A team co-led team by the University of Surrey has successfully increased the levels of energy absorbed by wafer-thin photovoltaic panels by 25%. Their solar panels, just one micrometre thick (1μm), convert light into electricity more efficiently than others as thin.

Offshore Wind Farms Could Interfere With Radars

Environmentalists and marine professionals recognize a significant limitation with offshore wind farm expansions. Namely, ships are experiencing more frequent collisions. Wind farms are interfering with vessels' radar systems and creating safety challenges.

Hanwha pledges commitment to build a fully American solar supply chain

Hanwha Solutions to become the largest shareholder of Norway-based U.S. polysilicon manufacturer REC Silicon after acquiring an additional 4.67% stake from Aker Horizons, increasing total investment to $204 million and ownership share to 21.34%.

How to clean solar panels without water

A new cleaning method could remove dust on solar installations in water-limited regions, improving overall efficiency.

Scientists Show Large Impact of Controlling Humidity on Greenhouse Gas Emissions

While the energy used to power air conditioners has clear implications on greenhouse gas emissions, the impact from removing moisture from the air has escaped in-depth study until now.

Honda to Install Stationary Fuel Cell Power Station on California Campus as First Step Toward Commercialization of Zero-Emission Backup Power Generation

-Proof of concept FC power station will begin testing in early 2023 through operation as backup power -Stationary FC power unit will be used for a data center's clean backup power source -Honda targeting carbon neutrality for all products and corporate activities by 2050

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