Applying rock dust to croplands could absorb up to 2 billion tonnes of CO2 from the atmosphere, research shows
Adding crushed rock dust to farmland could draw down up to two billion tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) from the air per year and help meet key global climate targets, according to a major new study led by the University of Sheffield.
Green investment welcome, but "limited"
Members of the Energy Institute with expertise in a broad range of areas share their thoughts on Chancellor Rishi Sunak's latest financial statement.
New renewable energy microgrids can bring sustainable electricity to rural Amazon communities
New technology could provide communities in the Amazon with clean, secure electricity fuelled by solar energy and locally-available fruit residues and manure.
Next generation battery storage delivers affordable, clean energy to communities in Sierra Leone
Professor Dan Gladwin from the University’s Energy Institute and Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering has already developed a pay-per-charge smart battery pack to address the lack of grid electricity in the country.