New research suggests charges given off by bacteria could be captured to provide clean electricity
Harnessing the charges given off by microbes to generate clean electricity could be just a decade away, research has suggested. Scientists at the University of East Anglia (UEA) have demonstrated the...
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Equity researcher Redburn downgrades two major cement producers as it forecasts major hike in costs to decarbonise sector
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