Two reports published in the US look seriously at the practicalities and responsibilities of altering the ocean to tackle the climate crisis.
The world’s largest direct air CO2 capture and storage plant has opened in Iceland.
London unveils hydrogen powered buses.
Plans unveiled to make the Port of Hamburg Europe’s biggest hydrogen project.
Whether floating or hanging, solar panels have the potential to both provide electricity and reduce evaporation from reservoirs.
The Gold Coast will install fast electric vehicle chargers to anchor Queensland’s electric superhighway.
China’s big internet firms are lagging their overseas counterparts on reducing emissions in their operations, supply chains and the many businesses they facilitate, writes Ye Ruiqui.
The Danish parliament has approved what will be the world’s first energy island.
Electricity generator and retailer AGL has shortlisted two major global energy storage companies to supply a huge battery system at a South Australian power station that will be more than twice the size of Tesla’s original 100 megawatts ‘Big Battery’ commissioned in the state’s Mid North in 2017.
To ramp up decarbonsation efforts ahead of COP26, Scotland is looking to power trains via hydrogen in places where it is hard to electrify them.