The Latest from Tim De Chant
The European Space Agency and Airbus teamed up with New Zealand-based startup Emrod to demonstrate a wireless power transfer system last week.
Investors are betting large amounts of money on fusion. Here's why they're so confident the technology has banished the ghosts of its past.
Moxion has a deal with Sunbelt Rentals to provide battery generators for construction sites, film locations, concert venues and more.
Kopperfield hopes to make installing a charger as easy for homeowners as ordering new furniture.
The Inflation Reduction Act all but ensures that climate tech for buildings is likely to emerge as one of the sectors to watch in the coming years.
Apple's familiar playbook suggests that the Ultra won't be the last new variant of the company's smartwatch line.
The partnership will help scale production of upcycled TPU, bringing the promising material into the mainstream.
The startups in this IndieBio cohort are health-forward, with nine focusing on the health of the planet and four tackling challenges in human health.
Arcadia today announced a partnership with Salesforce to add carbon accounting to the cloud company’s Net Zero Cloud offering.
The startup’s technology promises to significantly slash some of the the time and expense of mineral exploration while also allowing mining companies to be more targeted in their extraction efforts.
The company is bringing its sustainability-informed ethos to a new style, the Pacer.
Energy startup hopes to bring the financial and climate benefits of solar and storage to renters.
Sidebar tabs aren’t a new idea, but they've been sorely lacking among modern browsers.
ONE's clever battery management system allowed the company to explore chemistries that had been otherwise ignored.
There are a lot of different bets to place in the climate tech sector, but a few stand out for their early-stage potential and favorable tailwinds.
The startup's platform enables the planning, financing, building and operating of distributed renewable energy projects in developing economies.
Flair offers smart vents and thermostats that can balance heating and cooling across a home, potentially slashing energy use.
China has long been the leader in battery supply and manufacturing. The Inflation Reduction Act seeks to end reliance on the East Asian country and turn the U.S. into a battery powerhouse.
Startup automaker VinFast is planning to lease its EVs' batteries, a trial that other manufacturers are undoubtedly watching closely.
A recent test hints at buses' massive potential to stabilize a grid that’s increasingly threatened by extreme weather.