The system eliminates the need for toxic solvents and the use of energy-intensive drying machines conventionally used in this manufacturing application.
Advanced technology paired with global hydrogen hubs mean lower transportation costs and fewer emissions.
A hydrogen fuel cell system that can achieve specific power greater than 3,000 w/kg, suitable for narrow-body aircraft, is being advanced.
The technology increases blast furnace efficiency and reduces costs and carbon dioxide emissions.
The system will alert the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) of floods, wildfires and other natural hazards that could potentially affect nuclear sites.
One important use envisioned for the tool will be bringing marine protection into offshore wind energy planning programs.
The system offers a sanitation solution for remote and underserved areas by recovering nutrients, energy and water from human wastewater.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) selected seven projects to receive funding under the Innovative Methods to Control Hydraulic Properties of Enhanced Geothermal Systems initiative.
The interactive map depicts the status of renewable and low-carbon hydrogen projects in Europe.
A novel approach to the production of renewable biofuel additives involves the use of radiation derived from nuclear waste.
Featuring snap-in quick locking, the cable connectors are ideal in applications requiring reliable signal transmission and subject to installation space constraints.
A green submarine design project has been?named?as?one of?55 winning projects of a £23 million ($32.8 million) U.K. government-funded R&D competition.
The Haliade-X 14 MW can deliver up to 74 GWh of gross annual energy production.
The compact frameless brushless motors are machine wound with bondable magnet wire for superior dependability.
The stretchable battery mimics the design and flexibility of snake scales.
Magneto-EX promises to keep human inspectors safe from hazardous environments.
The hydrogen fuel cell-propelled vehicle can achieve ranges of up to 500 km.
New magnet protection technology is expected to improve the commercial viability of fusion power plants.
Electric utilities can compensate consumers for reducing energy usage during times of power system stress or high market electricity prices.
The new proposed method would include waste carbon dioxide.