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Energy Archive

  • Cheaper Fuel Cells

    A new membrane makes fuel cells more powerful and less expensive to produce.

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  • Space Tourism or Bust

    A test-rocket explosion notwithstanding, SpaceX is still forging ahead with a new, low-cost orbital rocket.

  • Coal-Powered Jets

    A new process using jet fuel made from coal could reduce oil dependence, and improve fuel performance in advanced aircraft.

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  • Methanol: The New Hydrogen

    Advances in methanol synthesis, coupled with improved fuel cell technology, could make it a viable alternative to gasoline.

    14 comments

  • A Supergrid for Europe

    A radical proposal for a high-tech power grid could make possible the continent’s vast expansion of renewable energy sources.

    4 comments

  • New Nukes in Europe

    Europeans are rethinking the merits of nuclear energy and whether to build new plants, says energy executive Lars Josefsson.

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  • The Methanol Economy

    Forget about the hydrogen economy. Methanol is the key to weaning the world off oil. George Olah tells us how to do it.

    68 comments

  • Light Bulbs Reinvented

    Higher-efficiency lighting would save lots of energy – and organic light-emitting devices are one promising solution.

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