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Renewables

A new, fossil-free bioplastic is emerging and, according to experiments conducted at Lund University, Sweden, it is more durable than both regular plastic and other bioplastics, and is potentially better suited for recycling. Read more

materials

AIMPLAS participates by developing new components for geothermal systems with high thermal-conductivity properties

AIMPLAS CHARO PASCUAL

Geothermal energy uses natural underground heat to power air conditioning systems. As a rising renewable energy with great potential, the GEOCOND Project is funded by the EU’s Horizon 2020 framework programme. Read more

materials

Through either the pursuit of its ambitious Carbon Management Program, research and development activities, and press conferences, BASF is generating new possibilities in groundbreaking projects for CO2-reduced future production processes. Read more

materials

Perstorp has produced fossil-free coatings products, launched at China Coat. Read more

materials

The recycling machinery maker Starlinger has moved into a new facility in Lower Austria. Read more

machinery

Covestro has developed PU technology that improves the performance and longevity of a wind turbine blade. Patrick Thomas, CEO, revealed exactly what this materials science can do. Read more

materials

The European Chemicals industry body has released a report to promote how the European chemical industry could become carbon neutral by 2050. Read more

industry

The ‘virtually indestructible’ drinks bottle is made from Evonik’s TROGAMID Terra. Read more

materials

GE

GE

Guest Post: The state of play of renewables manufacturing in Europe

The need for speed in innovation and development is more important than ever for European manufacturing and GE Power Conversion's Sofia Sauvageot shares how collaboration is just what the continent needs to capitalise on reshoring. Read more

13 Feb 2017 15:03 guest blogs