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Using decommissioned wind turbine blades to build bridges, buildings, and more could eliminate one of the biggest disadvantages of wind energy.
Geothermal energy may be the key to bringing reliable, clean energy to the world.
Solar power is abundant, but the dark panels pose a design problem. A new generation of transparent solar panels could make house-powering windows and phone screens a reality.
A Dutch brewery is using iron powder to generate clean energy, marking the first industrial use of iron fuel.
The Department of Energy is putting millions behind two new nuclear plant prototypes.
These nuclear diamond batteries could provide an endless source of energy.
A new spherical tokamak in the U.K. could overcome one of the biggest hurdles to nuclear fusion power: the “exhaust problem”
Nuclear power could become more accessible thanks to a new nuclear fuel called ANEEL that combines thorium with uranium.
California’s ZeroAvia has flown the first “commercial-grade” plane powered by hydrogen fuel, potentially foreshadowing the sustainable future of air travel.