Energy production and consumption is becoming cleaner, cheaper and decentralized. With connected devices you as a consumer can take control of your energy consumption. Here you will also find content about batteries, smart grids, nuclear and other innovation in the energy field.
This innovative technology is set to boost the electrification of passenger aircrafts.
A short circuit in a switchgear knocked out two nuclear power reactors, the subway, traffic lights and disrupted radio transmissions. A savior in times of need was a few hundred household batteries.
A micro-modular reactor is a compact, nuclear-based power source, designed to provide energy to remote areas, with minimal waste production and improved safety features.
Helion Energy thinks it can produce electricity from fusion power in five years. So does Microsoft.
The extraordinary material has set a new record for exhibiting magnetoresistance at room temperature. A new record that has never been observed in any material before.
Scientists achieve a groundbreaking breakthrough in room temperature superconductivity, opening the door for the development of ultra-efficient energy grids.
It is now cheaper to build new wind and solar power production, than to keep coal-fired power plants operating.
A startup based in California has saved thousands of old and used vehicle batteries from landfills by turning them into an energy storage facility.
Combustion of metal powder makes it possible to store energy from solar and wind power and get electricity from it when we need it most.