‘Robots hold the key to net zero’

A new report claims that by 2050 the robotics market in the energy sector will be worth £8.4bn and could become essential to the maintenance and success of key renewable systems

How could AI save puffins?

Energy company SSE has partnered with Microsoft to monitor puffin numbers around the Scottish coastline

US-based Battery Resourcers secures $70m in fresh funding

The lithium-ion battery recycling and manufacturing company will use the funds towards commercialisation of its sustainable closed loop battery active material production

New £1.6m simulator to ‘transform’ decommissioning in the North Sea

The suite can undertake detailed marine technology and operational simulations as well as complex data modelling and visualisation

New York initiative targets 10GW of installed solar capacity by 2030

The development of the new projects are expected to power nearly 1.7m homes and create an additional 6,000 jobs

‘Single bitcoin transaction creates same e-waste as that of two iPhones binned’

That’s the suggestion by Alex de Vries, Economist and Data Scientist who spoke to ELN about his new research on the mountains of electronic waste produced by cryptocurrency mining

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Rolls-Royce eyes nuclear-powered mining on the Moon!

The British engineering giant is reportedly planning to develop a micro-nuclear reactor that could be built on the Moon or even Mars

How could dance slash Glasgow nightclub’s emissions?

Andrew Fleming-Brown, Managing Director of the arts venue SWG3 spoke to ELN about the project that will capture body heat from customers before storing it into boreholes installed across the venue

New partnership to provide clean energy solutions for UK and UAE

bp, ADNOC and Masdar have formed a partnership to develop low carbon hydrogen hubs and decarbonised air corridors between the two countries

Maritime decarbonisation cruises forward in Orkney with £2.2m project

The seven-month HIMET – Hydrogen in an Integrated Maritime Energy Transition – project aims to demonstrate technologies focused on two key local sectors: ferry services and cruise terminal operations