Identifying the Global Coal Industry’s Water Risks

Coal transport ships are often used for importing coal to China and India

The water–energy nexus is becoming one of the great challenges of our generation—one that also holds significant implications for all.

Large-scale power storage system made from reused batteries

Large-scale power storage system made from reused batteries

The company Sumitomo Corporation completed the world’s first large-scale power storage system made from reused electric vehicle batteries in Japan.

Cutting-edge solar air heating technology

Cutting-edge solar air heating technology

ArcelorMittal has entered a partnership with Conserval Engineering to manufacture a technology that uses solar radiation to heat buildings while reducing a building’s heating costs.

BASF inaugurates battery research centre in Japan

BASF today inaugurated its Research and Development Laboratory and Application Technology Center for Battery Materials in Amagasaki, Japan.

BASF inaugurated its Research and Development Laboratory and Application Technology Center for Battery Materials in Amagasaki, Japan on Wednesday the 5th.

Foundry researches thermal energy storage

Foundry researches thermal energy storage

Bavarian foundry is storing unused heat energy with the help of thermal oil and reduces fuel consumption.

Micro-windmills energise cellphones, business interest

One of Roa's micro-windmills, placed on a US penny.

1.8mm wind turbines could be used to power cellphones, microelectronics, and have attracted the interested of WindMEMS.

Using excess energy to synthesize natural gas

Power-to-gas process converts short-term excess electricity from photovoltaic systems and wind turbines into hydrogen.

Research consortium on organic photovoltaics

Research Consortium on Organic Photovoltaics

The chemical and pharmaceutical company Merck leads the research project POPUP designed to help achieve the breakthrough of organic photovoltaics.

Copper-nickel sheets against corrosion attacks

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Copper-nickel sheathing on offshore structures offers a long-term alternative to conventional coating systems.

Coating powers Nuna7 to sizzling race victory

Nuna7 wint de World Solar Challenge 2013

Coating technology developed by AkzoNobel’s Sikkens paint brand has helped power the Dutch Nuna7 solar vehicle to victory in this year’s World Solar Challenge.