Green energy

Chicken fleshy supercapacitors could possibly well retailer green vitality of the future

As vital as it is for society to transition to renewable energy, it’s not as easy as simply swapping out fossil fuels for solar panels. To ensure they’re as efficient as possible, power infrastructures need powerful batteries to reliably house their excess generated energy for later use. Storage equipment has increasingly utilized carbon materials due

Bitcoin Miner Marathon In Talks With Kenya to Support With Its Green Vitality Ambitions

Kenya has been consulting with bitcoin mining company Marathon Digital Holdings to hear its thoughts on energy and its crypto regime. The African nation depends on renewable energy, which is seasonal and capital-intensive. 08:52 Marathon Digital CEO: We're Bullish on Bitcoin 07:01 Mara CEO on Raising $23M to Spread Crypto Adoption Across Africa 05:10 Mara

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

Indigenous lands feel merciless chunk of green energy transition 

Comment: Mining companies have been offered a path to sustainability but few are taking it – Indigenous people need to be at the table demanding change Rukka Sombolinggi , a Torajan Indigenous woman from Sulawesi, Indonesia, is the first female Secretary General of AMAN, the world’s largest Indigenous peoples organization.  Gathered in NYC in mid-April

Greek developer seeks consultants for Egypt-Greece interconnection research

Greek renewables developer Elica SA is seeking consultants for two desktop studies related to an electrical interconnection project between Greece and Egypt. The undersea link will transmit green energy to Europe via a 3 GW HDVC connection. April 25, 2024 Patrick Jowett Image: Elica Group Two calls for expressions of interest from consultants have gone

Indigenous advocates on the UN boom the green transition is neither clear nor correct

This story is published as part of the Global Indigenous Affairs Desk, an Indigenous-led collaboration between Grist, High Country News, ICT, Mongabay, Native News Online, and APTN. For years, Maureen Penjueli, who is Indigenous iTaukei from Fiji, has watched her home country survive devastating cyclones and flooding caused by unusually heavy rainfall. She watched as

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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

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