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Green Technology Progress
Sep 20, 2021
Bacteria Infused with Silver to Improve Power Efficiency in Fuel Cells

Bacteria Infused with Silver to Improve Power Efficiency in Fuel Cells

Research has taken a major step forward in the development of microbial fuel cells — a technology that utilizes natural bacteria to extract electrons from organic matter in wastewater to generate electrical currents.
Green Technology Progress
Sep 17, 2021
Rolls-Royce's All Electric Spirit of Innovation Takes to the Skies

Rolls-Royce's All Electric Spirit of Innovation Takes to the Skies

Rolls-Royce have announced the completion of the first flight of theirr all-electric 'Spirit of Innovation' aircraft. The plane took to the skies propelled by its powerful 400kW electric powertrain with the most power-dense battery pack ever assembled for an aircraft. This is another step towards the plane's world-record attempt and another milestone on the aviation industry's journey towards decarbonisation.
Green Technology Progress
Sep 20, 2021
IVECO and Nikola Zero Emission Battery Electric Trucks for Hamburg

IVECO and Nikola Zero Emission Battery Electric Trucks for Hamburg

The first phase involves testing of the Nikola Tre BEVs at the port for transport and logistics operations together with high-performance charging solutions. A more definitive second phase in the project partnership plans to see the full integration of the BEV vehicles in port operations, installation of charging infrastructure and on-site service support including major suppliers.
Green Technology Progress
Sep 17, 2021
Novel Polymer Can Boost Performance of Organic and Perovskite Solar

Novel Polymer Can Boost Performance of Organic and Perovskite Solar

As the world tries to transition to clean and renewable energy, such as solar power, scientists are working on making solar cells more efficient at producing electricity. Among the promising approaches are two rapidly developing photovoltaic technologies with potential for inexpensive sustainable solar energy generation: organic solar cells and lead-halide perovskite solar cells.
Green Technology Progress
Sep 16, 2021
Launch of the Largest Solar Powered Water Desalination System in Kenya

Launch of the Largest Solar Powered Water Desalination System in Kenya

On the 22nd of September 2021, one of the largest water desalination projects, and the first of its kind in Africa will be launched in Marsabit County, Kenya. It delivers over 11,000litres of drinking water per hour, with a capacity of providing water to over 30,000 community members in a radius of 5km water points, which will be distributed through 24 fully automated water ATMs.
Green Technology Progress
Sep 15, 2021
How Chlorine Stabilizes Next-Gen Solar Cells

How Chlorine Stabilizes Next-Gen Solar Cells

A team of researchers have imaged the atoms at the surface of the light-absorbing layer in a new type of next-generation solar cells, made from a crystal material called metal-halide perovskite. Their findings have solved a long-standing mystery in the field of solar power technology, showing how power-boosting and stability-enhancing chlorine is incorporated into the perovskite material.
Green Technology Progress
Sep 14, 2021
UK Calls for Zero Global Shipping Emissions by 2050

UK Calls for Zero Global Shipping Emissions by 2050

Marking the start of the greenest London International Shipping Week yet, the UK backs a world-leading absolute zero target for international shipping emissions by 2050, as announced by Transport Secretary Grant Shapps. This target, which would need to be agreed through the International Maritime Organization, would be a significant increase of ambition for the sector, which is currently accountable for 3% of global emissions.
Green Technology Progress
Sep 13, 2021
Construction Begins on CO2-Neutral Fuel Plant in Chile

Construction Begins on CO2-Neutral Fuel Plant in Chile

Porsche and Siemens Energy have joined forces with a number of international companies to build an industrial plant for the production of nearly CO₂-neutral fuel in Punta Arenas, Chile.
Green Technology Progress
Sep 9, 2021
US Solar Energy to Generate More Power in 2035 Than All Homes Use Now

US Solar Energy to Generate More Power in 2035 Than All Homes Use Now

The Solar Futures Study details the significant role solar will play in decarbonizing the nation's power grid. The study shows that by 2035, solar energy has the potential to power 40% of the nation's electricity, drive deep decarbonization of the grid, and employ as much as 1.5 million people—without raising electricity prices.
Green Technology Progress
Sep 8, 2021
Zero Emission Services Commences Operation

Zero Emission Services Commences Operation

Zero Emission Services has commenced with the Alphenaar, the first Dutch inland vessel to use interchangeable energy containers for propulsion. The Alphenaar sails between Alphen aan den Rijn and Moerdijk transporting beer for HEINEKEN, ZES's first end customer.
Green Technology Progress
Sep 20, 2021
Bacteria Infused with Silver to Improve Power Efficiency in Fuel Cells

Bacteria Infused with Silver to Improve Power Efficiency in Fuel Cells

Research has taken a major step forward in the development of microbial fuel cells — a technology that utilizes natural bacteria to extract electrons from organic matter in wastewater to generate electrical currents.
Green Technology Progress
Sep 20, 2021
IVECO and Nikola Zero Emission Battery Electric Trucks for Hamburg

IVECO and Nikola Zero Emission Battery Electric Trucks for Hamburg

The first phase involves testing of the Nikola Tre BEVs at the port for transport and logistics operations together with high-performance charging solutions. A more definitive second phase in the project partnership plans to see the full integration of the BEV vehicles in port operations, installation of charging infrastructure and on-site service support including major suppliers.
Green Technology Progress
Sep 16, 2021
Launch of the Largest Solar Powered Water Desalination System in Kenya

Launch of the Largest Solar Powered Water Desalination System in Kenya

On the 22nd of September 2021, one of the largest water desalination projects, and the first of its kind in Africa will be launched in Marsabit County, Kenya. It delivers over 11,000litres of drinking water per hour, with a capacity of providing water to over 30,000 community members in a radius of 5km water points, which will be distributed through 24 fully automated water ATMs.
Green Technology Progress
Sep 14, 2021
UK Calls for Zero Global Shipping Emissions by 2050

UK Calls for Zero Global Shipping Emissions by 2050

Marking the start of the greenest London International Shipping Week yet, the UK backs a world-leading absolute zero target for international shipping emissions by 2050, as announced by Transport Secretary Grant Shapps. This target, which would need to be agreed through the International Maritime Organization, would be a significant increase of ambition for the sector, which is currently accountable for 3% of global emissions.
Green Technology Progress
Sep 9, 2021
US Solar Energy to Generate More Power in 2035 Than All Homes Use Now

US Solar Energy to Generate More Power in 2035 Than All Homes Use Now

The Solar Futures Study details the significant role solar will play in decarbonizing the nation's power grid. The study shows that by 2035, solar energy has the potential to power 40% of the nation's electricity, drive deep decarbonization of the grid, and employ as much as 1.5 million people—without raising electricity prices.
Green Technology Progress
Sep 17, 2021
Rolls-Royce's All Electric Spirit of Innovation Takes to the Skies

Rolls-Royce's All Electric Spirit of Innovation Takes to the Skies

Rolls-Royce have announced the completion of the first flight of theirr all-electric 'Spirit of Innovation' aircraft. The plane took to the skies propelled by its powerful 400kW electric powertrain with the most power-dense battery pack ever assembled for an aircraft. This is another step towards the plane's world-record attempt and another milestone on the aviation industry's journey towards decarbonisation.
Green Technology Progress
Sep 17, 2021
Novel Polymer Can Boost Performance of Organic and Perovskite Solar

Novel Polymer Can Boost Performance of Organic and Perovskite Solar

As the world tries to transition to clean and renewable energy, such as solar power, scientists are working on making solar cells more efficient at producing electricity. Among the promising approaches are two rapidly developing photovoltaic technologies with potential for inexpensive sustainable solar energy generation: organic solar cells and lead-halide perovskite solar cells.
Green Technology Progress
Sep 15, 2021
How Chlorine Stabilizes Next-Gen Solar Cells

How Chlorine Stabilizes Next-Gen Solar Cells

A team of researchers have imaged the atoms at the surface of the light-absorbing layer in a new type of next-generation solar cells, made from a crystal material called metal-halide perovskite. Their findings have solved a long-standing mystery in the field of solar power technology, showing how power-boosting and stability-enhancing chlorine is incorporated into the perovskite material.
Green Technology Progress
Sep 13, 2021
Construction Begins on CO2-Neutral Fuel Plant in Chile

Construction Begins on CO2-Neutral Fuel Plant in Chile

Porsche and Siemens Energy have joined forces with a number of international companies to build an industrial plant for the production of nearly CO₂-neutral fuel in Punta Arenas, Chile.
Green Technology Progress
Sep 8, 2021
Zero Emission Services Commences Operation

Zero Emission Services Commences Operation

Zero Emission Services has commenced with the Alphenaar, the first Dutch inland vessel to use interchangeable energy containers for propulsion. The Alphenaar sails between Alphen aan den Rijn and Moerdijk transporting beer for HEINEKEN, ZES's first end customer.