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Issue 3/4/2020

Hydrogen around the world

The precious gas is set to become a globally traded commodity. Some regions are emerging as particularly favourable locations for production. We take a look at three promising candidates.
24 Aug 20, By Frank-Thomas Wenzel 1
Issue 2/2019

Breakthrough in carbon capture

Removing carbon dioxide after it has been emitted may prove to be vital in the fight against climate change. Two studies suggest a new storing technique and the most efficient way to capture the greenhouse gas.
23 Apr 19, Margit Hildebrandt 0
Grid optimisation

Balancing act

Harnessing the sun’s power: closer integration of solar farms with battery storage, e-mobility and heat pumps could enable the PV sector to continue to grow without compromising grid stability
16 Dec 16, Sascha Rentzing 0
Smart home

Nest gains home access

Google-owned home automation company Nest is continuing its rapid expansion by prodding ever more companies from the appliances and smart home sector to join its open software collaboration, dubbed "Works with Nest”.
16 Jan 15, Isaac Bah 0
Carbon capture and storage

A costly proposal

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) sees carbon capture at coal-fired power plants as a key technology in the fight against climate change. The technology itself will soon be ready for market, but the high costs and unresolved storage issue will hamper its introduction.
15 Dec 14, Sascha Rentzing 0
Smart materials

Intelligent imitations

Machines and technical devices would be more efficient if they could be designed to be smaller and lighter. Smart materials that adapt to their environment like living organisms could have applications in many fields and could help to save energy and protect the climate.
18 Oct 14, Sascha Rentzing 0

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Starting signal for the long haul - Loose ends in Germany`s hydrogen strategy

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