A new stamp sheet from PostNL and TU Delft focuses on the innovative capacity of The Netherlands. The illustrations on the stamps refer to various innovations developed by scientists from our university in collaboration with the government and businesses. The 10 stamps of the Innovative Netherlands stamp sheet show a cheerful illustration about a special innovation project of TU Delft, made by cartoonist Erwin Suvaal. On the stamps is clearly shown that innovation can be found in a wide range...

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On March 2‒3, 2021, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) conducted a virtual workshop to evaluate the status, potential development, and technical viability of AWE systems as a source of energy in the United States. Stakeholder input provided at the workshop will contribute to the report to Congress. This report summarizes key workshop findings, current technology research and development (R&D) activities in the United States, and opportunities and potential modes of collaboration and coordination for future technology R&D activities. Proceedings of...

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The 32 projects selected for funding were evaluated by independent experts for their ability to reduce greenhouse gas emissions compared to conventional technologies and to innovate beyond the state-of-the-art while being sufficiently mature to enable their quick deployment. Other criteria included the projects' potential for scalability and cost effectiveness. The selected projects cover a wide range of relevant sectors to decarbonise different parts of Europe's industry and energy sectors. The success rate of eligible proposals to this call for proposals...

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