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How Heat Pumps Help Tackle Climate Change

Heat pumps have one significant environmental sustainability advantage over most current alternatives. Unlike furnaces, heat pumps don’t burn fossil fuels! This makes them a viable, environmentally friendly option.

Sweden’s Wooden Skyscraper Models the Regenerative Future of Cities

Skellefteå is the perfect place to construct a wooden skyscraper. The community already runs on 100% renewable energy derived from hydropower and wind. Not only that, it recycles 120,000 tonnes of electronic waste a year, feeding the excess processing heat back into the city’s heating system.

Iceland has Built the World’s Largest Carbon Capture Plant

Today, Orca alone captures 4,000 metric tons of CO2 annually, making it the largest carbon capture plant in the world. This amount of CO2 is equivalent to what 790 cars emit annually. According to research, improving air quality is one of the best ways to improve humans’ health and wellness.

Is Nuclear Fission Finally Here?

Helion is different from other fusion efforts because it uses advances in computers, fibre optics, and electronics not applied in older reactors. This results in smaller, manageable systems. Silicon Valley luminary Sam Altman believes the Helion project could be the closest the world has ever come to Nuclear Fusion, the reason for his $350 million investment.

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How Heat Pumps Help Tackle Climate Change

Heat pumps have one significant environmental sustainability advantage over most current alternatives. Unlike furnaces, heat pumps don’t burn fossil fuels! This makes them a viable, environmentally friendly option.

Sweden’s Wooden Skyscraper Models the Regenerative Future of Cities

Skellefteå is the perfect place to construct a wooden skyscraper. The community already runs on 100% renewable energy derived from hydropower and wind. Not only that, it recycles 120,000 tonnes of electronic waste a year, feeding the excess processing heat back into the city’s heating system.

Iceland has Built the World’s Largest Carbon Capture Plant

Today, Orca alone captures 4,000 metric tons of CO2 annually, making it the largest carbon capture plant in the world. This amount of CO2 is equivalent to what 790 cars emit annually. According to research, improving air quality is one of the best ways to improve humans’ health and wellness.

Is Nuclear Fission Finally Here?

Helion is different from other fusion efforts because it uses advances in computers, fibre optics, and electronics not applied in older reactors. This results in smaller, manageable systems. Silicon Valley luminary Sam Altman believes the Helion project could be the closest the world has ever come to Nuclear Fusion, the reason for his $350 million investment.

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