Suburbs need to play a central role in post-pandemic climate action planning.
Did you know that nearly half the energy we consume is lost as waste heat? Learn in this PICS Snapshot how mobile thermal battery technology may address this problem.
Materials design and fundamental understanding of Te-based electrochemistry for rechargeable batteries.
A report identifying key opportunities and challenges in offshore carbon capture and storage.
A guide to using existing policy foundations as a gateway to reducing embodied carbon in the built environment.
Mobile Thermal Energy Storage (M-TES) could potentially meet the low-carbon heating and cooling needs district energy networks using tanker trucks to collect and deliver waste energy.
(2021). Accelerating offshore carbon capture and storage: Opportunities and challenges for CO2 Removal [project report].
Shehadeh, Maha and Kwok, Emily and Owen, Jason and Bahrami, Majid. (2021). “Integrating mobile thermal energy storage (M-TES) in the City of Surrey's district energy network: A techno-economic analysis”. Applied Sciences, 11(3), 1279. doi.org/10.3390/app11031279
Zhang, Yue and Manaig, Dan and Freschi, Donald J. and Liu, Jian. (2021). “Materials Design and Fundamental Understanding of Tellurium-based Electrochemistry for Rechargeable Batteries”. Energy Storage Materials, 40, 166--188. doi.org/10.1016/j.ensm.2021.05.011