Molecular Shuttle Improves Photocatalytic Hydrogen Production

Scientists at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (LMU) have found a way to enhance photocatalytic hydrogen production by using a novel molecular shuttle. Continue reading Molecular Shuttle Improves Photocatalytic Hydrogen Production

Research Identifies Method to Optimize Fracking

A study by the University of Leicester has identified a new method to optimize fracking, improving gas yields and reducing environmental impacts. Continue reading Research Identifies Method to Optimize Fracking

U.S. Coal Exports to South Korea Could Cut Emissions

Counterintuitively, exporting U.S. coal to power plants in South Korea could lead to a decrease in carbon dioxide emissions, according to scientists at Duke University. Continue reading U.S. Coal Exports to South Korea Could Cut Emissions

ABB to Connect Europe’s Largest Tidal Project to UK Grid

MeyGen tidal stream project in Scotland’s Pentland Firth, the largest tidal energy project in Europe, will use ABB technology to feed energy into the onshore distribution grid. Continue reading ABB to Connect Europe’s Largest Tidal Project to UK Grid

Shale Oil Profits Can Pay for Emission Reduction

Unanticipated economic benefits from the shale oil and natural gas boom could help offset the costs of reducing the U.S.’s carbon footprint, say agricultural economists at Purdue University. Continue reading Shale Oil Profits Can Pay for Emission Reduction