Engineering

Zero-emission ship nears finish of round-the-world voyage

A ship powered by renewable energy, including hydrogen produced onboard, is docked in the southeastern US state of Florida this week as it prepares to finish the last leg of a voyage around the world.

Energy & Green Tech

Chile on green hydrogen investment hunt in Europe

Chile is embarking on a European hunt for investors in solar, wind and green hydrogen technologies as it looks to decarbonize copper mines and other industries reliant on fossil fuels.

Energy & Green Tech

Hydrogen: Handle with care

When produced and used properly, hydrogen can potentially play many roles in the transition toward clean energy and industrial systems. Hydrogen can directly replace natural gas and coal in industrial and manufacturing processes ...

Energy & Green Tech

Why electric trucks are our best bet to cut road transport emissions

Transport is likely the hardest economic sector to decarbonize. And road vehicles produce the most greenhouse gas emissions of the Australian transport sector—85% of its total. Freight trucks account for only 8% of travel ...

Energy & Green Tech

From greenhouse gas to green fuel

An integral part of the transition to green energy is sensibly utilizing the occasional surplus electricity generated by renewable sources. One possibility is using such surplus energy to produce hydrogen via electrolysis. ...

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