Fuel cells generate electricity through an electrochemical reaction involving hydrogen and oxygen atoms. This promising technology could help reduce CO2 emissions and is crucial to Europe's transition to green energy. See how our scientists develop fuel cell testing procedures and measurement methods.
The use of coal for the European economy has gradually declined since the 1990s. In their energy plans 21 countries have committed to phase out coal, lignite and peat by 2030.
This unique interactive tool demonstrates how each processing parameter can affect the total emissions of a biofuel.
EU scientists ensure that European citizens have access to battery products that are highly efficient, affordable, safe, sustainable, recyclable and globally competitive.
Smart homes and communities are key components for energy transition in the future. Interoperability is about the ability to connect all elements in the system.
For future mobility, people-centred solutions must be promoted and implemented.
An overview of hot cells, nuclear fuel & safeguards, non-proliferation and nuclear forensics, nuclear waste management, and applied actinide research for cancer treatment.
JRC scientists are working on a case involving seized uranium material.
Integrating smart technology into our energy production infrastructure will change our lives and improve the security of Europe’s energy supply.
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