One of the world’s largest pumped hydropower projects, with an electricity storage capacity equivalent to 400,000 electric vehicles, is set to begin operations soon in the Swiss Alps.
The economy of Southern Africa is rapidly developing, driving a growing demand for electricity.
It was just a piece of junk sitting in the back of a lab at the MIT Nuclear Reactor facility, ready to be disposed of.
Scientists have created a novel technology that can help to tackle climate change and address the global energy crisis.
An estimated two-thirds of humanity is affected by shortages of water, and many such areas in the developing world also face a lack of dependable electricity.
The study presented novel modeling of multiple building electrification scenarios
Information about past outlier conditions could provide valuable context to help operators better manage the grid during extreme weather.
A collaboration between professors and students at the School of Architecture yielded an eye-catching design with major potential for improving efficiency and sustainability in urban spaces.
As extreme heatwaves ravage the United States, Europe and Africa, killing thousands, scientists warn that the worst is still to come.
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