News - 17 May 2007
BP and Rio Tinto today announced the formation of a new jointly-owned company, Hydrogen Energy, which will develop decarbonised energy projects around the world. The venture will initially focus on...
News - 16 Feb 2004
The first reactor capable of producing hydrogen from a renewable fuel source (ethanol) efficiently enough to hold economic potential has been invented by University of Minnesota engineers. When...
Article - 26 Jun 2019
This article discusses sector coupling, which involves the interconnecting of energy consuming sectors and the power generating sector.
News - 26 Jun 2009
Siemens Energy and TNO, the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research, have signed an exclusive cooperation agreement aimed at the further advancement of amino-acid salt-based carbon...
News - 15 Sep 2006
Alternative energy options are becoming more affordable, efficient and available ... or are they? As solar panels and solar air heating systems become more popular, supplies are actually becoming...
News - 10 May 2006
Looking well into the future at which emerging technologies might help power the UK and the world was the subject of the Energy 2100 conference in London this week.
News - 5 Dec 2005
As a further demonstration of the depth of its commitment to tackling climate change, the European Commission has been behind the launch of the Technology Platform for Zero Emission Fossil Fuel Power...
News - 9 Nov 2004
NexTech Materials, Ltd. is proud to announce the introduction of the NextCell. Advanced Electrolyte Supported Planar Cell for use in solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) demonstrations, prototyping, research...
News - 15 Sep 2004
The simplest molecule presents the best opportunity for energy. With global energy demands projected to rise 66% by 2030, the world desperately needs alternatives to fossil fuels. Hydrogen power, a...
Article - 25 Nov 2016
Switzerland is known as the "water reservoir of Europe". Due to its topography and substantial average precipitation, the country has ideal conditions for the use of hydro power.