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Hubble House Telescope Spots Triple-Star Arrangement in Taurus

The Hubble team has released a stunning image taken by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope of the triple-star star system HP Tau. HP Tau, a trio of dazzling stars some 550 light-years away in the constellation of Taurus, blaze brilliantly from the hollowed-out cavity of a reflection nebula in the new Hubble image. Image credit:

Webb Detects Ongoing Merger of Two Supermassive Unlit Holes in Early Universe

Astronomers using the NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space Telescope have found evidence for an ongoing merger of two galaxies and their central black holes — a galaxy system dubbed ZS7 — when the Universe was just 740 million years old. This image shows the location of the galaxy system ZS7. Image credit: NASA / ESA /

The Hydrogen Stream: Adnoc delivers low-carbon ammonia to Japan

Adnoc has delivered the world’s first certified bulk commercial shipment of low-carbon ammonia to a client in Japan, while Plug Power has agreed to supply a 3 GW electrolyzer in Australia. May 17, 2024 Sergio Matalucci Image: Adnoc Adnoc has delivered what it claims is the world's first certified bulk commercial shipment of “low-carbon ammonia

Killer Whales Take Single Breath between Dives, Marine Scientists Verify

To gather information on the animals’ habits, University of British Columbia’s Professor Andrew Trites and his colleagues used drone footage and biological data from tags suction-cupped to 11 northern and southern resident killer whales (Orcinus orca) off the coast of British Columbia in Queen Charlotte Sound, Queen Charlotte Strait, Johnstone Strait, and Juan de Fuca

Rwanda’s No longer-So-Out of the ordinary Ambition To Be A Startup Hub of Africa

It’s an odd feeling to come from California, one of the world’s most prodigious economies where the infrastructure and public systems are simultaneously falling apart in plain view, and arrive in the tiny, landlocked East African country of Rwanda. The first thing you notice is how exceptionally clean the streets of Kigali appear. That’s because of a ban on non-biodegradable

Finland’s organizations to work on hydrogen storage research venture

Home Hydrogen Finland’s organizations to work on hydrogen storage research project April 10, 2024, by Aida Čučuk VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Geological Survey of Finland GTK and industrial partner organizations have launched a research project Hydrogen UnderGround (HUG), focused on underground storage of hydrogen. Courtesy of VTT The two-year project brings together 16

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Hydrogen Dialogue board Barcelona. The Professor Mele Emerges as Doable Vitality Transition Chief

    LONDON, ENGLAND, April 21, 2024 /24-7PressRelease/ -- On April 18th an important event on hydrogen took place in Barcelona. Many interesting speeches were given, but one that stood out was by Professor Marco Mele, CEO SFBM SpA. Professor Mele addressed the determinants of hydrogen prices and emphasized how crucial this element will be in influencing

Finland’s organizations to work on hydrogen storage research venture

Home Hydrogen Finland’s organizations to work on hydrogen storage research project April 10, 2024, by Aida Čučuk VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Geological Survey of Finland GTK and industrial partner organizations have launched a research project Hydrogen UnderGround (HUG), focused on underground storage of hydrogen. Courtesy of VTT The two-year project brings together 16

A Infrequently ever Old Technique May perchance well per chance Double U.S. Grid Ability

Felicity Bradstock Felicity Bradstock is a freelance writer specialising in Energy and Finance. She has a Master’s in International Development from the University of Birmingham, UK. More Info Premium Content By Felicity Bradstock - Apr 13, 2024, 4:00 PM CDT Advanced reconductoring involves replacing existing power lines with cables made from state-of-the-art materials, significantly increasing

The Hydrogen Stream: Vale opens hydrogen metallurgy lab in China

Vale and Central South University have launched a joint laboratory for low-carbon and hydrogen metallurgy in Changsha, in China’s Hunan province, while Nippon Steel has secured approval to acquire U.S. Steel. April 16, 2024 Sergio Matalucci Image: Vale Vale and China's Central South University have opened a joint laboratory for low-carbon and hydrogen metallurgy in

How Many American Cities Are Preparing For The Arrival of Self-Driving Autos? Now not Many.

Only about 6 percent of the country’s biggest cities are planning for or thinking about autonomous vehicles or self-driving cars in their long-range transportation plans, according to the National League of Cities. What’s even more surprising is that only 3 percent of these cities’ transit plans are even taking into account the impact of ride-hailing companies like

Precision Micro: Inexperienced vitality alternatives grow as Precision Micro expands its manufacturing facility

Global chemical etching supplier Precision Micro has announced the delivery of a new etching and stripping machine at its Fort Dunlop site in Birmingham, UK, finalizing its second new etch room. (1888PressRelease) May 10, 2024 - Part of a 1.8 million investment reported last year, the business believes it is now uniquely placed to meet

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The Hydrogen Circulate: 1.2 TW of electrolyzers globally in construction

Aurora Energy Research says it has recorded a sharp increase in green hydrogen projects, with 90% of them in early phases of development, while E.ON says that Germany’s hydrogen ramp-up is stuck due to an investment backlog. April 26, 2024 Sergio Matalucci Aurora Energy Research said in its “Q2 2024 European Hydrogen Market Report” (HyMaR)

Alpine Is Taking A Hydrogen-Combustion Sports actions Automobile To Spa-Francorchamps Next Month

Perhaps embarrassed by its F1 team’s poor form this season, Alpine is really leaning into its brand new World Endurance Championship Hypercar programme this year to show off what its road car division is up to. Just days after confirming that the electric A290 hot hatch will debut ahead of the 24 Hours of Le

From coal ash to photograph voltaic money: a webinar reveals the hidden wealth of inexperienced vitality

TheMayor.EU has partnered with EIB and ICLEI to inform European municipalities about the possibilities ahead What does it take to shed off your coal past and embrace a sunnier future? It may sound like a no-brainer, but the reality is that for many municipalities and the people inhabiting them taking that step is rife with

Hubble House Telescope Spots Triple-Star Arrangement in Taurus

The Hubble team has released a stunning image taken by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope of the triple-star star system HP Tau. HP Tau, a trio of dazzling stars some 550 light-years away in the constellation of Taurus, blaze brilliantly from the hollowed-out cavity of a reflection nebula in the new Hubble image. Image credit:

A worldwide experiment in Chase co-living

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Nothing Treasure This Has Ever Occurred Before

“Capitalists both in the Old World and the States, even now, have but little faith in California. They regard this country and everything relating to it as one grand bubble, liable to burst at any moment…. This is how it should be. The wealth of California is thereby passing into the hands of young, active

Rwanda’s No longer-So-Out of the ordinary Ambition To Be A Startup Hub of Africa

It’s an odd feeling to come from California, one of the world’s most prodigious economies where the infrastructure and public systems are simultaneously falling apart in plain view, and arrive in the tiny, landlocked East African country of Rwanda. The first thing you notice is how exceptionally clean the streets of Kigali appear. That’s because of a ban on non-biodegradable

Oligocene-Length Dolphin Had Unfamiliar Feeding Manner

Aureia rerehua had unique teeth which might have formed a cage around small fish; these teeth, along with a weak vertex, flexible neck, and the smallest size among its relatives would make it a capable hunter in shallow waters, according to a team of paleontologists from the University of Otago. The skull of Aureia rerehua;

Swiss Alpiq acquires majority stake in Finnish hydrogen firm P2X Alternatives

Home Hydrogen Swiss Alpiq acquires majority stake in Finnish hydrogen firm P2X Solutions April 15, 2024, by Aida Čučuk Swiss energy services provider Alpiq and Finnish green hydrogen firm P2X Solutions have agreed on a financing arrangement according to which Alpiq will invest approximately €47 million in P2X, becoming its majority owner (54.9%). Alpiq revealed

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Astronomers Detect Rainbow-Love ‘Glory’ in Atmosphere of WASP-76b

Using data from ESA’s Characterising ExOplanet Satellite (CHEOPS) and several other ESA and NASA missions, astronomers have detected signs of the rainbow-like ‘glory effect’ in the atmosphere of the ultra-hot Jupiter WASP-76b. This effect occurs when light is reflected off clouds made up of a perfectly uniform but so far unknown substance. Seen often on

Staff describes MXene-supported PtCo bimetallic catalyst for hydrogen evolution in acidic stipulations

Schematic diagram of preparation of PtCo/MXene by step-by-step reduction method. Credit: Frontiers in Energy (2024). DOI: 10.1007/s11708-024-0925-9 Hydrogen energy is considered a promising solution with high energy density and zero pollution emissions. Currently, hydrogen is mainly derived from fossil fuels, which increases energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions, hindering efforts to achieve carbon neutrality goals.

Hydrogen Storage Tanks and Transportation Market to Attain $4.4 billion by 2030

According to a research report "Hydrogen Storage Tanks and Transportation Market by Modular Storage (Fuel Storage, Distribution Systems), Application (Vehicles, Railways, Marine, Stationary Storage, Trailers), Tank Type (Type 1, 2, 3, 4), Pressure and Region - Global Forecast to 2030" published by MarketsandMarkets, the global Hydrogen Storage Tanks and Transportation Market is projected to reach

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Hubble Snaps Striking Recent Photograph of UGC 9684

NASA has released an incredibly beautiful photo taken by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope of the spiral galaxy UGC 9684. This Hubble image shows UGC 9684, a spiral galaxy located 240 million light-years away in the constellation of Boötes. Image credit: NASA / ESA / Hubble / C. Kilpatrick. UGC 9684 resides approximately 240 million

Researchers realize hydrogen formation by contact electrification of water microdroplets and its law

Graphical abstract. Credit: Journal of the American Chemical Society (2024). DOI: 10.1021/jacs.4c01455 Direct utilization of water as a source of hydrogen atoms and molecules is fundamental to the evolution of the ecosystem and industry. However, liquid water is an unfavorable electron donor for forming these hydrogen species due to its redox inertness. A research group

The Hydrogen Circulate: 1.2 TW of electrolyzers globally in construction

Aurora Energy Research says it has recorded a sharp increase in green hydrogen projects, with 90% of them in early phases of development, while E.ON says that Germany’s hydrogen ramp-up is stuck due to an investment backlog. April 26, 2024 Sergio Matalucci Aurora Energy Research said in its “Q2 2024 European Hydrogen Market Report” (HyMaR)

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Hubble House Telescope Spots Triple-Star Arrangement in Taurus

The Hubble team has released a stunning image taken by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope of the triple-star star system HP Tau. HP Tau, a trio of dazzling stars some 550 light-years away in the constellation of Taurus, blaze brilliantly from the hollowed-out cavity of a reflection nebula in the new Hubble image. Image credit:

Killer Whales Take Single Breath between Dives, Marine Scientists Verify

To gather information on the animals’ habits, University of British Columbia’s Professor Andrew Trites and his colleagues used drone footage and biological data from tags suction-cupped to 11 northern and southern resident killer whales (Orcinus orca) off the coast of British Columbia in Queen Charlotte Sound, Queen Charlotte Strait, Johnstone Strait, and Juan de Fuca

Webb Detects Ongoing Merger of Two Supermassive Unlit Holes in Early Universe

Astronomers using the NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space Telescope have found evidence for an ongoing merger of two galaxies and their central black holes — a galaxy system dubbed ZS7 — when the Universe was just 740 million years old. This image shows the location of the galaxy system ZS7. Image credit: NASA / ESA /

The Hydrogen Stream: Adnoc delivers low-carbon ammonia to Japan

Adnoc has delivered the world’s first certified bulk commercial shipment of low-carbon ammonia to a client in Japan, while Plug Power has agreed to supply a 3 GW electrolyzer in Australia. May 17, 2024 Sergio Matalucci Image: Adnoc Adnoc has delivered what it claims is the world's first certified bulk commercial shipment of “low-carbon ammonia

Researchers Point out Thermal Trapping of Solar Radiation at 1,922 Levels Fahrenheit

With the world focusing on decarbonizing electricity and transportation, abating emissions from industrial process heat remain the elephant in the room. Using solar energy is an attractive alternative, but current solar converters show poor performance and high costs when process temperatures above 1,000 degrees Celsius (1,832 degrees Fahrenheit) are required. In a new work, scientists

‘World’s first’ hydrogen-powered RTG crane starts commercial operations

Home Hydrogen ‘World’s first’ hydrogen-powered RTG crane starts commercial operations May 16, 2024, by Aida Čučuk Japan’s Mitsui E&S and its U.S. subsidiary PACECO have announced the commencement of commercial operations of the “world’s first” hydrogen fuel cell-powered rubber-tyred gantry (RTG) crane, H2-ZE Transtainer crane, at the Port of Los Angeles. Courtesy of Mitsui E&S

‘Inexperienced finance to help HK procedure hydrogen vitality’

A think tank on Thursday said Hong Kong, being an international financial hub, can speed up the development of hydrogen power through financing initiatives that invest in green and sustainable sources of energy. Civic Exchange made the recommendation in its study of the clean energy source, before the government publishes its strategy on the topic

Industrial Gases-Glass Change Market Evaluation, Trends, Opportunities, Graph, Segmentations, Regional Boost, Key Avid gamers and Forecast Document

Industrial gases play a critical role in the glass industry by supporting various stages of glass production, including melting, forming, and finishing. These gases, such as oxygen, nitrogen, hydrogen, and acetylene, enhance furnace efficiency, control atmospheric conditions, and facilitate high-quality glass manufacturing. They help in maintaining precise temperature control, reducing contaminants, and ensuring the desired

Earth-Sized Exoplanet Chanced on Orbiting Nearby Ultracool Pink Dwarf

Ultracool dwarf stars are widespread in the solar neighborhood. Nevertheless, their extremely low brightness has left their planetary population largely unexplored, and only one of them, TRAPPIST-1, has been found to host a transiting planetary system, until now. Astronomers with the SPECULOOS (Search for Planets EClipsing ULtra-cOOl Stars) project have now detected an Earth-sized planet

DOE presents as a lot as $1.66B for Stride Energy’s hydrogen production

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Australia’s Hydrogen Headstart program receives $2 billion boost

Home Hydrogen Australia’s Hydrogen Headstart program receives $2 billion boost May 15, 2024, by Aida Čučuk As part of a funding package of $7.1 billion for budgeted programs to be administered by the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA), the Australian government has allocated $2 billion for round two of the Hydrogen Headstart program. Illustration purposes;

Bettering LCOE of PV-pushed hydrogen thru reciprocating engines

UNSW scientists have suggested to use dual-fuel reciprocating engines for adding gas-to-power operations in large scale production of hydrogen based on PV power. The preliminary findings of their research show that the proposed system is still achieving a too high LCOE for commercial maturity. Decreasing electrolyzer costs, policy interventions and changing energy market dynamics, however