An energy storage revolution
What if the entire structure of your cellphone could be a battery?
Could an electric car's range be extended by storing power in the frame of the vehicle? Dr Emile Greenhalgh, Reader in Composite Materials at Imperial College, London has been developing a carbon fibre material that enables electricity to be stored outside of the battery. Currently working with a helicopter prototype, Dr Greenhalgh's work has efficiency implications for every kind of mobile electronic device.
Can cross-sector cooperation create energy efficient communication?
By Thierry Van Landegem, Chairman of the Board, GreenTouch
The chief sustainability executives of Ericsson and SAP, Elaine Weidman-Grunewald and Peter Graf, explain what a great effect the information and communications industries can have on clean energy and emissions.
On May 21st, his first day in office, the new US Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz said he was open to the possibility of exporting LNG around the world. Here is his Energy Opportunities interview from 2011 in which he discusses the need for more use of gas in the United States so that carbon emissions can be cut substantially.
Ken Hickson, Chairman and CEO - Sustain Ability Showcase Asia, participated in the 2012 Singapore brainstorm event and gives his thoughts on the topics discussed.
Dr. Gal Luft, Co-Director - Institute for the Analysis of Global Security, looks at the choices for diversifying Asia's fuel usage.