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

Bio2Electric to Develop Catalyst for Ethylene, Propylene Production

Bio2Electric, LLC, dba EcoCatalytic Technologies, is collaborating with North Carolina State University, among other industry partners,to develop a new catalyst technology to produce ethylene and propylene from natural gas. Continue reading Bio2Electric to Develop Catalyst for Ethylene, Propylene Production

Volkswagen, Audi to Offer More Sustainable Driving Experience

As the Volkswagen family of automobiles enters their new hybrid and electric vehicles to the U.S. they’ve already started partnering with companies to offer a more sustainable driving experience, like home solar power and carbon sequestration. Continue reading Volkswagen, Audi to Offer More Sustainable Driving Experience

Daily Fusion Becomes Media Partner for Monetising Mature Fields 2014 Summit

We are pleased to announce that The Daily Fusion has become an official media partner for the Monetising Mature Fields 2014 Summit, taking place in Dubai this October. Continue reading Daily Fusion Becomes Media Partner for Monetising Mature Fields 2014 Summit

2M UK Customers Switch to Independent Energy Suppliers

According to the UK’s Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC), more than two million customers have switched to independent energy suppliers since 2010. Continue reading 2M UK Customers Switch to Independent Energy Suppliers