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Dutch Startup Replicates Hydropower on the Seafloor With Innovative Energy Storage System

A new approach to storing renewable energy looks to recreate the process of hydroelectric dams under the ocean.

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Seatrec

Seatrec: Harnessing Green Energy From the Depths of the Sea

A new clean energy harvesting solution could help optimise ocean observation technologies - making them more resilient, powerful, eco-friendly and a whole lot more effective at collecting valuable data.

Carbon Intensity Forecast: How Green Will Tomorrow’s Electricity Be?

A emissions-tracking tool, developed in Britain, is using machine learning to work out if the next 96 hours of electricity has been sustainably produced - offering a big boost to both energy-consumer transparency and the transition to renewables.

Enyway: “We want our customers to have a much bigger role in the shift to renewable energies.”

German startup Enyway wants to make traditional energy companies a thing of the past. RESET talked to co-founder Varena Junge about their plans.

Gravitricity: The Scottish Startup Turning Mine Shafts Into Green Energy Stores

Former mines around the world could soon be enjoying a second lease life thanks to cutting edge technology developed by an Edinburgh startup.

Solar Glass Blocks Allow Buildings to Generate Their Own Power

Solar power systems in buildings usually involve rooftop panels, but a new innovation could help capture solar energy via the walls themselves.

Harnessing Storms Could Power Our Cities For Years

From a localised thunderstorm to a tornado to an almighty typhoon, storms are swirling cells that unleash on us wind, lightning and rainfall.

Green Energy

Switching the lights off whenever possible and using energy saving lamps are handy eco-friendly hints but there is still a lot more you can do to save energy and avoid greenhouse gas emissions.