Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews

Unused Solar Power Could Produce 1/3 of Residential Heat: US Scientists

Space heating is one of the largest contributors to climate change produced by industrialized nations, creating an urgent need for carbon-free heating. Recent advances suggest that passive solar energy as a heat source can and should be part of a sustainable solution, said US National Science Foundation (NSF). Researchers at the University of Oregon, funded […]

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South Korean Scientists Work to Lower H2 Storage & Transportation Costs

In a recent study published in Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, a team of scientists at Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST) explore the possibility to trap hydrogen inside ice-like crystals to make its storage and transportation less demanding. Hydrogen (H2) is increasingly being posited as a key clean fuel for our transition to an […]

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