A new “ultra-white” paint created by scientists may play a major role in the ongoing fight against climate change. Researchers at Purdue University recently created the paint, which can absorb approximately 98.1 percent of sunlight and can cool down buildings all on its own.
A while ago we did a story on how NASA were preparing to fly and land a helicopter on Mars. Well, on Monday they successfully conducted the first controlled flight on another planet, making history.
New York City Department of Sanitation have retrofitted 12 of their garbage trucks with hybrid-electric motors and batteries from Canadian company Effenco.
A new commercial hydrogen-powered cargo vessel, developed by French shipowner Compagnie Fluvial Transport (CFT), will be the world’s first cargo ship to run on hydrogen and is set to be deployed on the river Seine in Paris.
The UK announced its mission to fund a worldwide effort to monitor wildlife in the open oceans so that we can more accurately grasp which aquatic populations are endangered.
Startup Zero Avia, has been working on hydrogen technology for planes and said it will launch a zero-emissions commercial aircraft by 2026.
A new startup called Vortex Bladeless, has created bladeless wind turbines that change how we harness sustainable energy.
On the island of Yell, in Scotland, you can now charge your vehicles using sea-generated energy by Nova Innovation’s tidal turbines. Scotland have done really well in the renewable energy sector. They managed to supply 97 percent of their 2020 electricity demand with renewables.
The US is increasing wind power even further with the announcement of a New Wind Energy Area between Long Island and the New Jersey coast.