Drones to inspect wind turbine towers
Solution provider TÜV NORD is piloting a drones-based service for inspecting the concrete towers of wind turbines.
Quantum computing techniques reveal improved catalyst for green hydrogen
University of Toronto researchers have demonstrated quantum inspired computing to find a catalyst that could improve the efficiency and lower the cost of green hydrogen production.
Why digitalisation is crucial to the nuclear industry delivering on its potential
If nuclear is to unlock its true potential then it must embrace digitalisation, writes Sam Stephens of SNC-Lavalin’s nuclear sector.
Upgrading pumps for the new power generation landscape
Start/stop cycles, increased electricity demand and tightening emissions standards are changing the landscape for pump operators.
Eni and EDF using quantum computing to make sustainability gains
Quantum computing in the energy sector is gaining ground with the development of new use cases by Italy's Eni and EDF in France.
Australia launches research into energy-efficient metaverse technologies
University of Wollongong Professor Willy Susilo has been awarded more than Au$400,000 (US$266,000) for research into green and sustainable energy efficient metaverse technologies.