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.Ca m'intéresse
The Artificial Jellyfish That Captures Carbon
Part of what makes carbon capture such an exciting new field are the variety of different methods with the potential of pulling harmful emissions out of the atmosphere.Ca m'intéresse
Everything you always wanted to know about the Cloud!
ENGIE's last Digital Morning Meeting was all about the Cloud. We use the Cloud every day, without really knowing exactly what the word means. It's a technology that has also made possible the development of new, revolutionary offers such as VTC or interparty rental. Gilles Fontaine, Chief Editor of the magazine Challenge, talked to experts from ENGIE, Gartner, Microsoft and Dassault, and to a city councillor from...Ca m'intéresse
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