California utility will try to store renewable energy in iron-flow batteries
A California utility company is testing whether iron-flow batteries could be the answer to the renewable energy storage problem.
New low-carbon cement is stronger than the regular stuff
A low-carbon cement developed by two MIT grads has officially exceeded industry standards for strength, durability, and more.
EV battery material breakthrough could cut charging times to 6 minutes
A new anode material could allow electric vehicle (EV) batteries to hold more energy and charge up faster.
Batteries made from recycled metal coming to US
New MIT tech could help the world’s biggest polluters clean up their emissions
This startup’s tech turns CO2 into seashell dust
This “living material” self-destructs and cleans up polluted water
MIT students develop energy “mini-grid” software for remote & mountainous areas
Termite mounds inspire climate-friendly air conditioning
Reduction in air pollution may be accelerating ocean warming
Can we burn metal for heat, instead of fossil fuels?
Google-backed startup sets two world records in geothermal power
Hard Reset Podcast: Heliogen | Episode #3