Can we sustainably provide food, water, and energy to a growing population during a climate crisis?
The DOE’s $62 million into concentrated solar projects could push forward a technology that addresses a critical shortcoming of photovoltaics.
A radiative cooling technology could help cut energy consumption in new buildings by nearly 70 percent—and significantly shave demand in existing structures, too.
We’ve built our cities and flood protections with assumptions based on the climate of the past.
If it works as expected, the Net Power natural gas demonstration plant will capture carbon at nearly no cost.
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