On Sunday, Tamil Nadu utilized 26.8 million units of wind power, marking the beginning of the new wind season, according to K. Kasthurirangaian, the president of the Indian Wind Power Association.
Turning Waste into Value: Innovative Solutions for Sustainable Waste Management
Gold nanoparticles supported on a zirconium oxide surface have been discovered by researchers at Tokyo Metropolitan University to be effective in converting waste materials such as biomass and polyester into organosilane compounds. These compounds are valuable chemicals used in a variety of applications, and the new process takes advantage of the cooperative nature of gold
Wingify Earth: Educating Children and Families on Environmental Sustainability
Air pollution is a grave concern in India, especially in Delhi. Wingify aims to educate young children and their families about simple and affordable actions that can be taken daily to help clean Delhi’s air, safeguard human health, lower medical expenses, and preserve the environment.
Building a Sustainable Future: Domestic Critical Mineral Production and Sustainable Mining
The United States has recognized the need for a reliable supply of critical minerals to support the growth of the renewable energy sector and reduce dependence on imports. Critical minerals are essential for the production of solar panels, electric vehicles, wind turbines, and electricity networks, and include metals such as copper, cobalt, nickel, lithium, and platinum.
Powering Towards a Sustainable Future: India’s Investment in Renewable Energy
NTPC Limited, a Maharatna Central Public Sector Enterprise, has been granted an exemption by the Indian Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) from the current guidelines of power delegation to make investments in NTPC Green Energy Limited (NGEL), a subsidiary of NTPC Ltd.
Building Sustainable Energy Solutions through Collaboration: Insights from the Bioenergy Research Center
The University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign has secured another round of funding from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to lead the second phase of its Bioenergy Research Center. The center is one of four DOE-funded research centers focused on innovation in biofuels, bioproducts, and clean energy for the country.
Destination Zero: Investing in Zero-Emissions Technologies for a Sustainable Future
Cummins Inc. (NYSE: CMI), a global leader in power and technology, has announced the launch of a new brand for its New Power business unit – Accelera by Cummins. Accelera offers a range of zero-emissions solutions to help various industries transition to a sustainable future.
Innovative Solutions for a Sustainable Future: Borrowing Ideas from India
Speaking at an event in New Delhi, philanthropist Bill Gates has urged the world to focus on scientific innovations to tackle climate change. He emphasized that modern economies around the world rely heavily on energy derived from burning hydrocarbons, with over 80% of this energy coming from such sources.
Innovative technology and standardization bring sustainable marine fuels to reality
Ørsted, a Danish energy company, is building Europe’s largest commercial production facility for carbon-neutral marine fuels in northeastern Sweden. The FlagshipONE plant, developed by Liquid Wind AB, will produce up to 50,000 metric tons of e-methanol per year from renewable energy and biogenic carbon dioxide from 2025.
Revolutionizing Solar Energy: Self-Assembling Nanoparticles for High Efficiency Absorption
Concentrated solar power and solar water heating are promising renewable energy options, but they face challenges in maintaining high absorption while suppressing energy dissipation. However, a team of researchers from Harbin University, Zhejiang University, Changchun Institute of Optics, and the National University of Singapore have developed a solution to this problem.