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16.10.2020 | Onlineredaktion Berlin TXL
Opportunities for hydrogen in a future integrated energy system
New research from the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE's) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) identifies key opportunities for hydrogen to provide synergies for the energy system and quantifies their potential impacts on hydrogen markets.
Going green by combining renewables and blockchain
As technology continues to advance, the possibilities for eco-friendly movements expand. Now, one of today's most promising technologies, the blockchain, could offer an innovative solution to addressing climate issues.
'Liveable streets': how cities are prioritising people over parking
Throughout corona lockdown, the need for more car-free pedestrian zones became evident to the authorities of the city of Rotterdam. As a reaction, they gave traffic and parking areas to restaurants and bars – not only to stimulate local economy.
3 things energy efficiency could do
When thinking about energy efficiency we may have pictures of new, more efficient technologies in our head. The crucial question is: why should we live as energy efficiently as possible?
AI is throwing battery development into overdrive
Improving batteries has always been hampered by slow experimentation and discovery processes. Instead of setting up huge test facilities, machine learning is speeding research up by orders of magnitude.