Hydrogen cars are dying a slow death in Europe. Althpugh expectations remain high for trucks, buses, trains, ships and airplanes.
Each week we follow up on our best read stories here. This week: A smart hydrogen tank for all the energy needs in the home is not likely to happen anytime soon. But what are the alternatives?
Scientists at the Ferman Fraunhofer IOSB and their partners are developing a complex IT ecosystem that aims to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the future.
In this weekly section we follow up on one of our best read stories. This week it was the story about an ultra-fast chip that cuts down on energy consumption in data centers.
Every other week we take a look with sustainability expert and IO columnist Auke Hoekstra at what he sees when it comes to making our earth more sustainable. This week, the official start of NEON.
Over the coming years, the Dutch government will have to decide on investments into sustainable energy, even though it is still unclear what the best course of action is.
IO columnist and sustainability expert Auke Hoekstra explains why he is pleased with the new WWF report on the state of the environment. "It presents solutions."
Inventions for electricity storage increased by 14 percent annually over the past decade, according to a study by the European Patent Office (EPO) and the International Energy Agency (IEA).
The municipality of Rotterdam is investing almost €70 million in the energy transition. It is also financing part of the future Mobility Campus as well as a Hyperloop experience center.
With the help of the Cities: Skylines simulation game students want to literally visualize the consequences of energy measures.
The AI system warns when parts of the turbines need to be replaced, pools maintenance tasks and prevents windmills from being in each other's wind shadow.
The Teslas among airplanes, that's what Falcon Electric Aviation is working hard on. The Dutch TU/e student team is refitting existing aircraft with electric drives.
Featured today is XYZ Dynamics, one of the recipients of this year's Gerard and Anton Awards for promising innovative and entrepreneurial start-ups in the Dutch Brainport Eindhoven region.
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