Innovative Greentech & Energy Transition

The International Atomic Energy Agency has issued an appeal for nuclear plant safety as the conflict in Ukraine continues to escalate

Ukraine currently has four nuclear power facilities in operation, according to the IAEA. Concerned about…
Is there a second chance for concentrated solar power?
To use an old sports cliche, it isn't about how you start, but rather how you end that matters. Concentrated solar power's beginnings in the United States may be characterized as a splutter. In the United States, CSP has an…
To combat rising energy costs, the French government injects $2.4 billion into EDF
Reactor outages and the new government power price cap have caused a profit fall at the French utility. EDF, France's state-owned energy company, will receive €2.1bn ($2.4bn) from the French government to offset the effect of nuclear plant outages and…
How does hydrogen, the fuel of the future, function exactly?
Almost infinite amounts of hydrogen may be discovered as a naturally occurring chemical element. Unlike air, it does not produce CO2 emissions when burned, is neither corrosive or radioactive, and is 14 times lighter than air. Hydrogen-rich materials such as…

PNU researchers have shown how radiative coolers may lower the thermal stress on photovoltaic cells

The power conversion efficiency of a multi-junction solar cell was improved by incorporating a radiative cooler, as shown by researchers at Pusan National University in South Korea. When exposed to the sun's rays for long periods of time, solar cells…
2022: A Pivotal Year for Wind Power
What's going on in the world of wind power? Do you think this year's outcomes will be better? With Germany and other major renewable energy locations facing low wind speeds in 2021, many are questioning if wind is the dependable…