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.
For the first time in human history, a helicopter will take flight on Mars. Its called the Ingenuity Mars helicopter and will attempt this milestone on April 8, according to NASA.
Amazon backed EV car maker Rivian has recently announced plans to build a nationwide network of fast-charging stations that can add as much as 140 miles in range in as little as 20 minutes.
A demonstration mission to test new technology developed by the company Astroscale to clean up space debris is set to launch in the early hours of Saturday from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.