A single molecule to produce directly hydrogen from sunlight?
Making solar a viable alternative energy source is about maximizing both input and output: how to absorb as much sunlight as possible, and how to transform the light into usable sources of power. A research team at The Ohio State University has developed a breakthrough molecule that promises to do both, offering a more direct path to turn sunlight directly, quickly and efficiently into hydrogen fuel.I'm interested
A “Second Life” For Electric Car Batteries: Award-Winning Innovation For...
That humming sound of new electric vehicles (EV) on the road is one of the most encouraging signs of our energy transition. In just five years, annual EV sales have jumped from 300,000 to 1.2 million worldwide — with growth expected to multiply to at least 23 million new vehicles a year by 2030.I'm interested
An interview with Csilla Kohalmi Monfils, Innovation Director at ENGIE Fab
Engerati is Europe’s largest engaged community of utilities & power sector professionals. They provide unlimited access to industry analysis & opinion through articles, blogs, conference presentations, case studies, whitepapers and webinars. They recently spoke with Csilla Kohalmi-Monfils, who is Innovation director at ENGIE Fab, the group's hub for innovation.I'm interested
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