Techniques developed at MIT and Pacific Northwest National Lab could make it more affordable to burn fossil fuels without releasing carbon dioxide to the atmosphere.
A battery made of cheap materials could store power when it’s windy for use when it’s not.
A battery-swapping startup’s innovative system for charging electric vehicles suffered from overreach and limited consumer demand.
Wind and solar get all the attention, but a key path to lowering emissions involves finding a less expensive way to do carbon capture.
A new type of fuel cell could make CO2 storage cheaper, but it could also prove to be a good way to pump more oil out of the ground.
A hydrocarbon-sorting material could replace energy-intensive oil refining steps.
A 19th-century idea might lead to cleaner cars, larger-scale renewable energy.
New prediction models can allow utilities to rely more heavily on wind and save millions.
Composite and 3-D-printed components will mean jet engines that use 15 percent less fuel.
Alberta will serve as a test bed for large-scale carbon capture and sequestration.