Tech boosts unmanned gas platforms in Norway

MAN Energy Solutions receives orders for seven compressor systems to power Aker BP’s unmanned gas production platforms

Fusion farewell: JET’s final tritium experiments mark end of an era

Oxford’s Joint European Torus facility gears up for its last tritium experiments

‘Solar leafs’ outshine panels in UK breakthrough

The new technology eradicates the need for pumps, fans, control units and expensive materials, while also making more clean water and thermal energy

Decarbonising industrial heat: The technologies of today and tomorrow

Across an average year, industrial carbon emissions account for around 29% of global greenhouse gas (GHG) output

Exploring algae: A game-changer for our plates?

Kristinn Haflidason, General Manager of biotech startup Vaxa Technologies, discussed with Energy Live News the process of nutrient extraction from algae and its transformation into sustainable food products

UK funds AI tech for better solar grid integration

Twelve green AI projects have secured a collective £1 million fund aimed at propelling renewable energy

Digital twin drives ‘carbon-neutral’ wastewater treatment plant

Severn Trent Water aims to remove direct process emissions from wastewater treatment using digital twin technology

JET celebrates 40 years of fusion energy progress

The UK Atomic Energy Authority continues to operate JET, contributing to global efforts in fusion energy development

UK fusion magnets to be tested in US lab

ELN has caught up with Max Rowland, a fusion engineer from Abingdon, who has embarked on a six-month mission in the US for Tokamak Energy

Salty solution: Researchers shake things up with affordable CO2 capture

Researchers have found a new way to store carbon dioxide by creating structures made from a special salt