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Jan 16, 2023

This China-free lithium battery plant can power the next 100 years

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Australia has all the key critical minerals to power the next 100 years.

An Australian-based startup, Recharge Industries Pty, is planning to build a A$300 million (US$210 million) factory that can build lithium-ion batteries that do not have materials imported from China, Bloomberg.

Though Australia is the world’s largest supplier of lithium, a vital battery metal, it currently sends most of its battery raw materials to be processed into components in China.

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Jan 15, 2023

Understanding Malware-as-a-Service (MaaS): The future Of cyber attack accessibility

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With the explosive growth of technology, businesses are more vulnerable than ever to malicious cyber attacks. And as cybercriminals become more sophisticated, new methods of attack are popping up left and right.

To add fuel to the fire, the average cost of a data breach increased from $3.86 million to $4.24 million in 2021. That’s costly enough to put most SMBs into the red. Not to mention the reputational damage it can cause for your brand.

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Jan 15, 2023

The World’s First Hydrogen-Powered Helicopter Could Hit the Skies Next Year

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Piasecki Aircraft Corp. (PIAC) and edm aerotec have signed an agreement to develop the world’s first hydrogen-powered helicopter. Based in Pennsylvania, PIAC has a long history of designing experimental aircraft for civil and military applications.

CEO John Piasecki told a recent symposium at the Vertical Flight Society that his company would be performing the world’s first human-carrying flight tests aboard edm aerotec’s CoAX-2D helicopter. The hydrogen-powered CoAX-2D would use an 80-kW HyPoint high-temperature proton-exchange membrane (HTPEM) fuel cell, according to

Jan 14, 2023

Understanding the Role of Critical Minerals in the Renewable Energy Transition

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Each of these piles represents a critical mineral needed to make the transition from fossil fuel-based energy to renewables possible.

Guest contributor, Jane Marsh, describes the challenges the U.S. and its allies face in securing minerals used for the energy transition.

Jan 14, 2023

Hydrogen Will Not Save Us. Here’s Why

Posted by in categories: energy, physics, sustainability, transportation

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Jan 13, 2023

Scientists propose converting abandoned mines into gravity batteries

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Now, sources like sunshine and wind are inconsistent so finding innovative ways to store energy in an accessible and efficient way is crucial. There are effective solutions for daily energy storage, like batteries, but a cost-effective long-term solution is lacking.

Jan 13, 2023

A startup transforms abandoned wind turbines into useful concrete

Posted by in categories: energy, sustainability

Wind turbine blades are recycled into reinforcement fiber that increases the strength and overall durability of concrete.

Wind turbines are great for producing energy but become quite wasteful once their lifetime has expired, as the materials used to construct them simply don’t biodegrade very well.

One company is seeking to do something about that according to a report by electrek published on Thursday.

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Jan 12, 2023

Meet Aircore Mobility: The next-gen axial flux propulsion and traction motor

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Aircore Mobility motor maximizes vehicle range, whether on land, in the air, or on the water, by delivering high power and torque density and operating with class-leading efficiency over a wide range of speeds and load circumstances.

Jan 11, 2023

Intense blast of energy hits Earth after ‘two stars collide and collapse’

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An intense blast of energy that was detected on Earth appears to have come from two colliding and collapsing stars, according to scientists.

Researchers looking through archival observations of gamma rays say they have found “oscillating” signals in two bursts of energy.

They were found in old data taken from an out-of-use experiment in orbit around Earth.

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Jan 10, 2023

This new battery backup system can power your house during a blackout

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Worried about a blackout during extreme weather? San Francisco-based EcoFlow Tech offers a battery backup system that can now power your home for an entire week and this includes heavy appliances like washing machines, coffee machines, and hairdryers too. The system is completely portable and can also be used to power your RV during an off-road trip.

Energy solutions such as Tesla Powerwall, which can be recharged using energy from sunlight but EcoFlow Tech is taking it a step further by delivering a power backup system that is entirely portable.

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