No climate benefit from hydrogen unless EU stops subsidies for fossil fuels, says EASAC.
Better batteries thanks to improved stack technology.
Biomass pyrolysis produces coal, an energy vector, but also nanomaterials.
Some interesting reading about carbon neutral european cities.
There is a double challenge, to change competely global energy production so that everybody get enough without adding greenhouse gases emissions.
A combination of a new satellites data processing and economical modelling helps to evaluate the possibility to achieve one of the SDG7 target in sub-Saharan Africa: universal access to affordable, reliable and modern energy services.
In this opinion piece, Fazlun Khalid gives his view about what we should aim after the COVID-19 pandemics. Scientific research is in the programme, and not only for vaccines
Low-carbon technologies that are smaller scale, more affordable, and can be mass deployed are more likely to enable a faster transition to net-zero emissions.
How can science help to progress toward economics systems that would be more sustainable (and more fair)?