Pretty well overall. A new study shows that the impact climate change will have on the supply of wind, hydro, solar, and other renewable energy sources is modest.
The varying mix of renewables by the hour on power grids across the US significantly impacts how much EVs reduce emissions
Simple, high-efficiency electrolysis process produces commercially valuable products—and could run on renewable energy
Thin coatings of the material could soak up sun in summer months and provide heat to buildings in winter, all without using fuel or electricity
Easy one-step technique could speed up commercialization of perovskite solar cells, which promise to be cheaper and more efficient than silicon.
The system, designed for use in remote, underprivileged areas could also generate hot, high-pressure steam needed in other industries.
The system, which can be replenished by adding water, could help preserve food and pharmaceuticals especially in underdeveloped places.
Zapping catalysts with microwaves help them extract hydrogen from plastic waste and from water
Dynamic windows could do double duty in sustainable building design, cooling and powering at the same time.
Researchers found that just one cubic meter of seawater has the same cooling energy as a solar farm the size of 68 football fields—or 21 wind turbines.