EU Transport Policy Is Insufficient to Achieve Emission Reductions

A new study has found that a focus on new technology is not enough to meet CO2 reduction targets in the transport industry. Continue reading EU Transport Policy Is Insufficient to Achieve Emission Reductions

8/15/2014 This Week in Energy: Beyond Headlines

Here’s a bit of energy news that didn’t make it into our daily coverage during the past week. In this review, we collected some of less big, but nonetheless interesting news, of the week that went by, from the world of energy science and technology. Continue reading 8/15/2014 This Week in Energy: Beyond Headlines

Reduction of Aerosol Emissions to Affect Photovoltaic Energy

According to the Joint Research Center (JRC), the EU in-house scientific service, a global reduction on aerosol emissions is going to affect photovoltaic energy production. Continue reading Reduction of Aerosol Emissions to Affect Photovoltaic Energy

Garnet Electrolyte Based Safe Wins NASA Funding

The University of Maryland Energy Research Center faculty, Eric Wachsman, Liangbing Hu, and Chunsheng Wang have been awarded funding from NASA for their Garnet Electrolyte Based Safe, lithium-sulfur energy storage technology. Continue reading Garnet Electrolyte Based Safe Wins NASA Funding

Nanotubular Material Could Be Used for Energy Storage

Scientists at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California have created a new material that is 10 times stronger and stiffer than traditional aerogels of the same density. Continue reading Nanotubular Material Could Be Used for Energy Storage