Southwest Research Institute is investigating clean automotive technologies to enable traditional internal combustion (IC) engines to efficiently run on hydrogen fuel.
Engineers at the University of Cincinnati have developed a promising electrochemical system to convert emissions from chemical and power plants into useful products while addressing climate change.
Texas can be a model for the nation on how to effectively replace coal with wind and solar for the state’s energy needs while meeting environmental goals, according to new research by Rice University engineers.
Denmark is pledging to increase production of green hydrogen, its government announced Tuesday.
With extreme weather events rising in frequency, the need for a prepared modern energy grid grows.
Solar power is expected to reach 10 percent of global power generation by the year 2030, and much of that is likely to be located in desert areas, where sunlight is abundant.
Lithium is powering the world’s electric vehicles, making the metal a key part in the quest to reduce carbon emissions.
California is a national leader in renewable energy development.
Jet fuel, animal feed among potential products from algae
Research project looks for ways to improve solar cell performance.
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