An interactive model that shows the consequences of sustainable energy on the TU/e campus. Team RED wants to use their tool to support policymakers in […]
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We are the generation that switches from fossil energy to sustainable energy coming from sun, wind and various smaller energy sources. Technically a wonderful story, […]
The city of Utrecht will soon have charging stations that can charge and discharge electric cars. This allows the car to return electricity to the […]
The festival season is coming! Big festivals create an atmosphere for people to relax, to enjoy the music, to liberate themselves from their daily routine […]
Iron would provide a solution for owners of coal-fired power plants, such as Uniper, which is investing in the development of this technology.
This week, the story about the Rotterdam beer brewery that uses power from old batteries was our best-read story. How is the Dutch hospitality sector becoming more sustainable?
A 100 percent sustainable festival? It can be done with the GEM-Stage, a stage that can provide a rock band's entire performance with green power from solar, wind and green hydrogen.
Energy islands in the North Sea: good news for the climate and an opportunity for Dutch entrepreneurs
With new islands and green production platforms, TNO is working on the hubs for our future sustainable energy supply. We've put all the plans and ambitions in perspective.
TNO has joined the consortium HIGFLY - a project aimed at creating alternative fuel sources to keep flying sustainable.
The sun can provide us with an abundance of energy and it is always accessible. These are some solar Innovations that can bring this energy to our homes.
The future of sustainable, carbon-free, energy revolves around energy storage. This is according to Peter Fraenkel, the inventor of underground energy storage using gravity.
A solar microgrid consists of electrical loads, generators, storage batteries, and a solar photovoltaic systems. With it, you no longer have to rely on utility companies for electricity..
Each week, we follow up on one of the best-read stories. This week Leif Asp, professor at Chalmers University and head of a research project on energy storage in plastic.
KIT and industry researchers are working on new technologies to make low-temperature heat - waste heat - in industry or geothermal power plants usable for power supply.
Scientists have studied the connection between the use of renewable energies for the planned energy transition and the amount of water available worldwide.
Student team RED from the Eindhoven University of Technology is developing software that allows non-energy experts to gain insight into energy consumption with an interactive 3D model.
Scientists at Hof University of Applied Sciences are conducting a two-year project to explore how sustainable food production in aquacultures could be possible entirely without microplastics.
Canopus technology for "targeted steel shot drilling" should enable a higher generation of geothermal energy at a lower cost.
The better the quality of car batteries, the more likely they will serve as a backup for the energy grid, as shown at The Business Booster, a trade fair for start-ups supporting the energy transition.
UNESCO supports an initiative that emphasises cooperation with the oil and gas industry to ultimately create one sustainable energy ecosystem.