Electric propulsion is coming for virtually every mode of transportation, including maritime transportation. Ferries are a good place to start since they cover the same routes again and again. It makes
Mads Andreas Olesen has always had both an entrepreneurial and a practical streak. As a child, when he went to weddings, he would barricade the entrances to the restrooms and demand an entrance fee. To
Three men jailed for a fracking site protest have been freed after judges ruled their sentences were "excessive". Simon Blevins, Richard Roberts and Rich Loizou became the first UK anti-fracking protesters
I'm guessing you are scoffing in disbelief at the very suggestion of this article, but bear with me. A growing number of tech analysts are predicting that in less than 20 years we'll all have stopped cars,
UK winners of the James Dyson Award for inventors say their pint-sized prototype O-Wind turbine could be the answer for apartment-dwellers seeking to take advantage of green energy. Jim Drury reports.
The world’s first full-scale Hyperloop capsule, which promises to carry passengers at speeds of 700mph, has been unveiled in Spain. The slick 105-foot long prototype, named Quintero One, was revealed Tuesday
Electric vehicle sales achieve new record in Norway with 45% of new cars being all-electric and 60% plug-in
The new car sales numbers for September from Norway are in and the country, which is already known for spearheading electrification, is reaching new levels of electric domination and low emission average.
In an upcoming report, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is likely to emphasize the need for a slew of techniques to not just cut emissions, but also suck carbon dioxide from the air.
Germany helped make solar power cheap. As of June this year, it boasts 1 million homes that have installed rooftop solar panels. That means the country produces a lot of renewable energy—sometimes more
Ground transport is currently leading the transition to electric propulsion, but maritime transport is now starting to see its share of electrification and Rolls-Royce wants in. The British power system
From battery-powered delivery trucks and rickshaws, to Formula E racing cars, electric vehicles are entering the mainstream. But will a lack of investment in charging infrastructure hold the market back?
Spinning flywheels, underground caves, damming up rivers Say “battery,” and most people think of the device that powers our phones, our laptops, and — maybe if they’re being ambitious — our electric vehicles.