US Government re-establishes Arctic Energy Office

It will drive collaboration on the Department of Energy’s activities in the Arctic region, including the development of advanced microgrids and nuclear power systems

Robots that inspect, maintain and repair nuclear plants bag government funding

These robotics will also be used to help address problems resulting from the pandemic, such as machines that need to be controlled remotely and those to carry out contact-free deliveries

EMEC awarded with highest international designation for marine energy test laboratories

Renewable Energy Testing Laboratory status opens up international markets for testing ocean energy devices, subsystems and components

‘Technologies to clean plastic waste from ocean surface won’t work’

Scientists say newly announced devices to skim rubbish from the top of the world’s seas won’t have any significant impact in cleaning up pollution

Gaia says no! Episode 3 – The Nexus

The Nexus is the point where humans have as much influence as mother nature on the planet. Are we there? If so what will we do?

Airbus to develop thermal instrument to support Franco-Indian climate satellite

Observations from the new satellite are expected to enhance the understanding of the water cycle and better define the impacts of climate change

Could rust be the key to hydrogen production?

Researchers say a common type of rust combined with sunlight can boost low-emission hydrogen production 25-fold

Researchers find new fuel cell tech in ‘needle in a haystack’ discovery

Researchers from the University of Aberdeen say a new family of chemical compounds collectively known as hexagonal perovskites could be used to drive down emissions

Could ‘living concrete’ help construction industry clean up its act on emissions?

Researchers from the Living Materials Laboratory at the University of Colorado Boulder have found a way to combine sand and bacteria to build a green living material that demonstrates similar strength to cement-based mortar

EU project to improve battery lifecycle and performance launched in Spain

Researchers plan to use neutron diffraction techniques to help produce the next generation of advanced lead batteries