UNESCO supports an initiative that emphasises cooperation with the oil and gas industry to ultimately create one sustainable energy ecosystem.
Graz University of Technology in Austria wants to extend the service life of solid oxide fuel cells and prepare the technology for greenhouses. This could bring the technology to market maturity.
The discovery by a German researcher at Ruhr University Bochum is particularly significant for the multi-billion dollar semiconductor manufacturing industry.
The Synfuel project combines several technologies to make green fuel for the transport sector. Among other things, they make use of biomass and wind energy.
"To make sure that you always get that energy exactly where and when you need it, you need smart storage and conversion."
The new technology will help reduce investment and operational costs considerably, by up to 50 and 80% respectively.
Consortium CrossWind, with Shell and Eneco, wins the tender for a wind farm in the North Sea
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Research Project around Chemical Storage of Renewable Energy is looking for the involvement of young scientists
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