Russia has approved the operation of the floating nuclear power plant Akademik Lomonosov.
Unbuilding an atomic giant
The cryptocurrency craze is helping many people rake in money, but it is also putting pressure on the electrical infrastructure of a small county in Washington state.
Here's how much gas, coal, oil, wind, solar, water, or nuclear fuel is required.
Paragraf, a Cambridge-based graphene technology developer, has announced a joint development project targeting new solar technology with Verditek, a clean technology company.
Graphene and salt water offer promising advances
Here's another chart that it's probably best not to show President Trump...
Qilu Transportation Development Group, a state-owned transport firm operating in Shandong, is completing a 2000 meter solar highway in China.
Wind and solar power are becoming increasingly attractive alternatives to fossil fuels, but renewables are a rich tapestry, and the more threads we can weave together, the better.
Russia's latest nuclear power reactor, Rostov 4, reached criticality and minimum controlled power on 29 December, 2017. It is Russia's 36th reactor in a fleet that meets about 18% of the country's electricity demand.
Using two types of "designer" quantum dots, researchers are creating double-pane solar windows that generate electricity with greater efficiency and create shading and insulation for good measure. It's all made possible by a new window architec
Pre-historic times and ancient history are defined by the materials that were harnessed during that period.
(Natural News) Beer could soon replace diesel and gasoline as a promising source of sustainable motor fuel by 2022, thanks to chemists who developed a method for converting the alcoholic beverage into a new type of fuel without the need to alter the
Construction of China's 600 MWe demonstration fast reactor at Xiapu, Fujian province, has officially begun with the pouring of the first concrete for the reactor's basemat.
A novel low-cost aluminum–graphite dual-ion battery is reported. The battery shows a reversible capacity of ?100 mAh g?1 and a capacity retention of 88% after 200 charge–discharge cycles.
(Natural News) Mother Nature will never cease to amaze, with its seemingly endless list of natural energy resources that are just waiting to be tapped. The many sources of natural -- or as many in the mainstream media like to call it, the alternativ
Material and engineering researchers at East China's Zhejiang University unveiled a "super" aluminum-graphene battery that can be fully charged in 5 seconds and then last for two hours.
New research at the University of Waterloo in Canada may triple the range of current batteries. A battery breakthrough may be on the horizon if Canadian research pans out.
China NIO has launched the ES8 sports utility vehicle which has a range of 500 kilometers (311 miles) on a single charge and costs 448,000 yuan ($67,783).
LPP Fusion is nearing their minimum funding level for their latest round of financing.
Dramatic advances in laser technology are close to making the two-laser approach feasible, and a spate of recent experiments around the world indicate that an 'avalanche' fusion reaction could be triggered in the trillionth-of-a-second blast...
Batteries are the engine room for so much of the modern world, from smartphones to laptops and weird new scooters to the emerging fleets of autonomous trucks.
Two recent scientific breakthroughs have opened a new way to laser fusion reactions according to startup HB11 Energy.
Toyota and Panasonic are launching a "feasibility study" to investigate the technological potential of batteries that use prismatic cells.
ThorCon is a liquid-fuel fission power plant, under development in the US, to be built in a far-east shipyard, then floated to Indonesia, with testing starting in 2021.
Recently , Terrestrial Energy Inc.'s (TEI) announced the completion of the first phase of the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission's (CNSC) pre-licensing vendor design review.
In 2011, President Obama set a U.S. energy target: produce 80 percent of electricity from clean energy sources by 2035. Reaching that goal would involve removing two thirds of coal usage in the USA. The US is not on a path to making that happen.
There has been proposal in China to switch from fossil fuel burners to "swimming pool" nuclear reactors.
China will spend 22 billion yuan (US$3.3 billion) on two prototype molten salt nuclear reactors.
NASA is pushing forward on testing a key energy source that could literally "empower" human crews on the Mars surface, energizing habitats and running on-the-spot processing equipment to transform Red Planet resources into oxygen, water and fuel.