Green shipping: safer, energy-saving methanol supply system
The Danish company Eltronic FuelTech is now the first in the industry to offer equipment for supplying fuel from tanks to engines on methanol-powered ships.
The New Murabba: a visionary 15-minute city
The New Murabba project, a purpose-built a 15-minute city, is an ambitious urban development initiative in the northern part of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
SolarEdge installs first UL1741 330kW Inverter in California
SolarEdge Technologies, a global pioneer in smart energy technology, has announced that its new high-power DC-optimised SolarEdge 330kW Inverter system for ground mount solar has received UL1741-SB certification and is now deployed with its first customer in the US.
Mushroom handbags and plastic-free picnics – IDTechEx explores
Handbags made of mushroom leather and biodegradable foodware are two examples of how white biotechnology can produce functional products that look good.
The revolution of fast-charging lithium batteries
In the quest for more sustainable and efficient energy solutions, a recent breakthrough by researchers at Cornell University marks a significant milestone in fast-charging battery technology.
£1.5M secured to develop wave-powered microgrid for Thai island
Eco Wave Power Global, a publicly traded onshore wave energy company, is pleased to announce that it has won a £1.5 million grant as part of a consortium led by Toshiba (UK) and Aquatera (UK) to design a pilot microgrid project for a remote island in Thailand.
British electronics innovators fly the flag for UK tech industry
Two UK-based technology companies are collaborating with a Nigerian supplier to innovate the recycling process of electric vehicle batteries at their end of life.
NFC Forum launches sustainability programme
The NFC Forum, an organisation setting standards for Near Field Communication (NFC) technology, has initiated a sustainability programme aimed at aiding product and component manufacturers in meeting upcoming green manufacturing regulations that will affect global product development.
Emissions & plastic packaging top environmental searches for 2023
In 2023, emissions and plastic packaging emerged as the most inquired environmental topics on the AI platform Ubuntoo. Energy was the third most popular search, with users exploring the transition to clean energy systems.
COP28 summit agrees to “transition away” from fossil fuels
The COP28 climate summit has, for the first time ever, agreed to "transition away" from fossil fuels. This decision, reached at the summit in Dubai, is seen as a historic step in combating the escalating impacts of climate change.