Is salt the future way of storing intermittent, renewable energy?
There is great relief to everyone involved in the solar race of the Nuon Solar Team in Australia:
Vattenfall R&D develops the tools of the future in its laboratory in Älvkarleby.
Sweden Vattenfall's seminar on basic industries is one of the key seminars at Almedalen, acco
Barely a year after its launch, Powerpeers has become a role model for the transition to a sustai
A large source of carbon dioxide could disappear in less than 20 years, with the help of Vattenfa
Vattenfall, SSAB and LKAB form joint venture company.
New data-fingerprint technology saves money and enables also small energy producers to buy and se
Vattenfall and the steel industry conduct major research project aiming to develop fossil-free st
Batteries charged with wind and solar power that contribute to grid stability and eliminate the n
16 students from Delft University of Technology have been appointed to work on designing and buil
Ice on wind turbine blades can pose a big threat to the performance.
The Danish wind manufacturer Vestas is building a wind turbine with four rotors, which should be easier to manage in difficult terrain.
Sensors and data from all conceivable electronic devices will allow the homes of the future to ge
While Fredrik was soldering, running simulations and writing computer programs, his girlfriend ca
The new hydro-wind facility, Gorona del Viento, on the smallest and most isolated of the Canary Islands, El Hierro, is already providing half of the island's energy needs.
ArcelorMittal, which manufactures over 90 million tons of steel every year, is looking at reducing its (large) carbon footprint.
A technology company in Sweden has installed a solar power plant, which it claims is the most efficient in the world today.
Energy that falls from the sky, a wax engine that runs on lukew
The National Audit Office believes that Vattenfall promises mor
UK’s first poo-powered bus runs on the streets of Bristol
Scientists at a British university are testing a toilet that tu
The world's first electricity-generating tidal lagoons are to be built in six locations across Britain.
It may seem like magic that one kWh of electricity can generate three kWh of heat. Vattenfall played a major role in the development of this heat pump.
Vattenfall is rolling out a comprehensive network of fast charging stations in the Stockholm area