Samskip’s Carbon Capture and Utilization system is a sustainable application that in real-time captures 30% of the CO2 emissions generated by combustion engines
Cirba Solutions, a battery materials and management company for end-of-life batteries and gigafactory scrap, recently announced a phase I investment of more than $300 million into a lithium-ion EV battery recycling facility in South Carolina.
Alberta now has the opportunity to capture geothermal heat energy and generate power with zero GHG emissions.
The UFC200 Ultra-Fast EV Charger, a 200kW single charging station with the flexibility to charge up to four vehicles simultaneously, is set to be the highlight of this showcase.
In a two-phased approach, Johnson Controls replaced and installed heat pumps at select Rockingham County Schools in North Carolina, hoping HVAC maintenance will deliver better environmental outcomes by the end of summer 2023.
The Sustainable Development Strategy reflects the company’s responsibility for responsible mining practices. A series of ongoing and future initiatives with specific goals, key performance indicators, and targets will focus on five initial priority areas.
Black & Veatch, a Hydrogen Council member, has joined the UK’s Powering Net Zero Pact, an effort committed to a fair transition to net zero carbon emissions.
IBM announces it is accepting proposals for the next cohort of the IBM Sustainability Accelerator, which will focus on global water management solutions.
Through the US Department of Energy, the Biden-Harris Administration has announced the availability of $750 million for research, development, and demonstration efforts to reduce the cost of clean hydrogen.
The global advanced energy storage systems market grew from $16.56 billion in 2022 to $17.89 billion in 2023 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.0%, according to Reportlinker.com’s “Advanced Energy Storage Systems Global Market Report 2023.”