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.
We look back on a special year in which students from Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) came up with the most innovative solutions to social problems.
In this weekly section we give a sequel to our best-read stories. This week: while the hydrogen debate is increasingly taking the form of a conflict of beliefs, the developments continue
Emission-free hydrozine, the liquid hydrogen carrier consisting mainly of formic acid, is supposed to eventually be able to replace diesel as a fuel for power […]
A dirty diesel engine will be able to drive much more sustainably thanks to the TORQAMP, an electric compressor. “It almost sounds too good to […]
June is drawing to a close, so it is time for the first monthly overview of the ‘Best read’ series. Surprisingly, the most read topic […]
From Student Team to start-up: Team FAST reinvents itself as DENS, still using formic acid as a source of energy
DENS is the start-up that has arisen from Team FAST. The TU Eindhoven student team that devised a system to run vehicles on formic acid […]