Researchers make the case for a semisolid electrochemical compound as a cost-efficient, grid-scale battery backup for wind and solar power.
Ultrastable and made of inexpensive, nontoxic elements, chalcogenide perovskites could find applications in solar cells, lighting, and more.
MIT-led team finds holistic optimization of electric power and hydrogen supply chain infrastructure is favorable for emission reductions and decreased infrastructure costs.
Analyzing California’s power system, MITEI researchers show that hydrogen-generated electricity is a cost-competitive candidate for backing up wind and solar.
Student-designed Nimbus solar car travels 1,109 miles in five days, averaging 38.4 miles per hour.
Chemical engineering senior Awele Uwagwu works to accelerate the adoption of solar energy in Nigeria.
A new approach to identifying useful formulations could help solve the degradation issue for these promising new lightweight photovoltaics.
Researchers evaluate the role and value of long-duration energy storage technologies in securing a carbon-free electric grid.
The three-day event featured talks on renewable energy, climate justice, and supporting clean tech startups.
Reducing internal losses could pave the way to low-cost perovskite-based photovoltaics that match silicon cells’ output.
Device could provide pressurized steam to run autoclaves without the need for electricity in off-grid areas.
MIT engineers have made their initial design more practical, efficient, and scalable.
Website hosts an expanded suite of digital tools and resources to help people make sense of climate change.