Engineering

Land use matters as communities cut carbon emissions

With no-wind-turbine signs on roadsides next to cornfields, it's hardly surprising that land use is a thorny issue for renewables. But how much land do different zero-carbon technologies really use?

Energy & Green Tech

Lithium-ion battery material breaks barrier on fast charging

Researchers at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, discovered a key material needed for fast-charging lithium-ion batteries. The commercially relevant approach ...

Energy & Green Tech

Hydrogen production policy critical to net-zero emissions

Hydrogen production should be carefully regulated and consumers informed about emissions credentials if Australia is to achieve a sustainable energy economy and net zero emissions by 2050, QUT experts warn.

Business

Google touts stalled reconciliation package in energy agenda

Google and other companies will fail to meet ambitious climate targets unless legislation and regulations are quickly approved and imposed to ramp up demand for cleaner forms of energy, the tech giant said in a new policy ...

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