Say you want to build a wind farm. You find a nice empty knoll in northern Vermont, where the breeze blows steadily and the neighbors don’t complain about sullied views.
While Georgia Tech is not yet operating a CHP system, it is currently examining options for lessening the campus’s energy footprint.
The warming or cooling of the atmosphere does not only depend on clouds and greenhouse gases. Aerosol particles also play an important role.
Cost-slashing innovations are underway in the electric power sector and could give electricity the lead over fossil-based combustion fuels in the world’s energy supply by mid-century.
Alternative-energy research at Oregon State University is charting a path toward the mass adoption of clean cars powered by direct-ethanol fuel cells.
Just like cars need fuel to run, microorganisms need energy to live.
Over the next five years, Nissan Motor Company will put 2 trillion yen ($17.6 billion) toward developing a cheaper, more powerful battery to serve its expanded lineup of electric vehicles, the company announced Monday.
The global wind and energy sector is currently gathered in Copenhagen for the WindEurope Electric City 2021 event, and as an important player in this field of research, DTU is also taking part.
The University of Queensland has launched a world-first international trial to see if the spare battery capacity in electric vehicles (EV) could be used to support the uptake of renewable energy, support the grid, and potentially power homes in the future.
University of Liverpool researchers have produced new evidence that could help rapidly boost efforts to scale-up the adoption of clean cooking with liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) in sub-Saharan Africa.
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