May 5, 2023 - The research trio of (left) Michael Talmadge, Eric Tan, and Abhijit Dutta specialize in process modeling for the thermocatalytic conversion of biomass, as a sub-team of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s (NREL’s) Economic, Sustainability and Market Analysis (ESMA) group. (Photo by Bryan Bechtold / NREL)

The City of Impact Lays a Reuse, Repurpose, Recycle Plan for Green Hydrogen

The Hague eyes green hydrogen to boost the considerable offshore wind profile of The Netherlands while deploying existing infrastructure to overcome transmission bottlenecks.

Plant-Based Epoxy Enables Recyclable Carbon Fiber, Improves Economics for Mass Market Electric Vehicles

NREL researchers create plant-derived epoxy that enables recyclable carbon fiber. Ten times stronger than steel, nearly half the weight of aluminum, far stiffer than fiberglass — carbon fiber carries a package of advantages, making it a preferred material for use in luxury sedans and Formula One racecars alike. But it … [continued]

Sustainable Sips

No doubt about it, I have my vices. Addiction to coffee seems to be genetic in my family, and so, really, there isn’t anything I can do about it other than try to drink responsibly. Aside from buying organic and fair trade coffee, what you drink out of is as … [continued]