Electric vehicles could be fitted with liquid batteries that are roughly 10 times more energy-dense than existing models, according to
A ship owner’s returns are maximised when a battery is correctly dimensioned for the specific ship and includes intelligent power
Nemaska Lithium has finalised a five-year, €10-million deal with Northvolt, the Swedish-based battery startup, with the Canadian firm due to
Hydrogen could harness the full potential of offshore wind in the North Sea, according to a study. Hydrogen is the
A European consortium led by a Scottish engineering company and university is aiming to launch the world’s first hydrogen-powered car
Jacobs Engineering Group has won a feasibility study contract from Norway’s Equinor to examine the possibilities for developing hydrogen production,
Damen Shipyards Group is to build and deliver five fully electric, zero-emission ferries for the public transport company, Arriva Danmark.
The European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) has labelled the European Commission’s proposed 2030 targets for electric vehicles (EVs) “completely unrealistic”.
Norway’s state-run Equinor and renewable firm Masdar from Abu Dhabi have attached the first battery to the floating Hywind wind
German manufacturing giant Siemens is pushing ahead with its project to develop ammonia as a way to store renewable energy,
A newly launched electric SUV in Norway by South Korea’s Hyundai is exceeding sales expectations as the Scandinavian country pioneers
A chemical compound used to increase crop yields could help boost battery efficiency as German manufacturing giant Siemens looks to
German manufacturing giant Siemens has announced a €10-million investment in the groundbreaking Swedish battery manufacturing startup Northvolt. Siemens said the
Russian researchers say they have developed a nuclear battery design based on nickel-63, which can slowly and consistently release power
France’s oil and gas giant Total has expressed scepticism about the prospects of hydrogen-powered vehicles as Environment Minister Nicolas Hulot