Solar cells that are efficient and ecologically acceptable are essential to shift to a fossil-free energy supply. Linköping University researchers have documented the release of energy in organic solar cells, which was unfamiliar.
A new paper in the journal Energy Storage Materials has demonstrated a novel and simple method for optimizing the properties of supercapacitors using stacked carbon films with different pore features. The research h...
In a new article published in the journal Sustainability, researchers from Colombia, Chile, and Brazil have presented a review of recent developments and trends in thermoelectric power generation systems. The overarching aim is to investigate the sustainability of the technology and provide an insight into how thermoelectric power generation can help achieve net-zero carbon aims.
Leading surplus asset management company, EquipNet, announced enhancements to their Equipment Sustainability Programs.
In an article recently published in the open-access journal Sustainability, researchers discussed the drying of food waste and its further utility as animal feed.
A team of Chinese researchers have presented a novel method for efficient solar water splitting. The approach demonstrated in new paper in ACS Applied Materials involves modifying bismuth vanadate anodes to enhance charge separation.
Scientists from Finsterle GeoConsulting in the US and Fracture Systems, Ltd. in the UK have collaborated on a study investigating how numerical models can enhance the safety of nuclear waste storage in repositories. Their paper has appeared online in the journal Energies.
FCEVs or Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles are an environmentally beneficial mode of transportation that will eventually replace internal combustion locomotives.
A research group at Toyohashi University of Technology’s Department of Electrical and Electronic Information Engineering established a major manufacturing technology of Li7P3S11 solid electrolytes for all-solid-state batteries.
Researchers from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in the United States have reported the development of a novel electrochemical hydrogen-looping system for the removal of CO2 from seawater. Their findings have been published online in the journal ACS Energy Letters.