World’s largest electrolyzer fab breaks ground in Australia – pv magazine International

Fortescue Future Industries says the first electrolyzers to be manufactured at the facility, early next year, are authorized for use in Queensland at FFI’s planned green-hydrogen-to-ammonia project on Gibson Island. March 1, 2022 Sergio Matalucci Construction of Australia’s Green Energy Manufacturing (GEM) Center started yesterday in Gladstone, Queensland, according to the Fortescue Future Industries green … Read more

All New Jeep, Chrysler, Ram Products Will Be Electric From 2026

The big news from Stellantis’ (née Chrysler) big Dare Forward 2030 press conference yesterday wasn’t really the first-ever, all-new, all-electric Jeep model. Instead, it was an unsaid statistic that most people (myself, included) missed, but which Motorpasión’s Daniel Murias nailed. That is: every new Jeep, Chrysler, Dodge, and Ram truck offering will be available as … Read more

An Interview with Vanessa Green on Call BlackLine Organizing

V anessa Green is the co-founder and executive director of Call BlackLine, a nationally recognized hotline serving Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC), and LGBTQI communities with an unapologetic Black Femme lens. The project strives to provide healing, non-carceral mental health care for those most impacted by structural violence. Her work revolves around human rights, women’s … Read more

5 myths about skin picking disorder

Despite growing numbers of people sharing their experiences of dermatillomania, it’s still shrouded in taboo and shame. It’s time to shine a light on the misunderstood condition I didn’t realise that my secret habit of skin picking had spiraled out of control until one cold, dark night in November, about three years ago. I’d finished … Read more

Full organic battery with 2.8V ouput voltage – pv magazine International

The realization of biodegradable batteries is a step closer thanks to research from South Australia’s Flinders University, which has developed a 2.8V organic polymer battery. While this battery was made from synthetic polymers, research lead Zhongfan Jia told pv magazine Australia The team’s future iterations will source “materials directly from nature” saying this promises to … Read more

Sublingual Dexmedetomidine May Rapidly Calm Bipolar Agitation

An investigational, orally dissolving formulation film of dexmedetomidine (BXCL501, BioXcel Therapeutics) can rapidly relieve mild to moderate acute agitation in patients with bipolar disorder (BD), new research suggests. The phase 3 SERENITY II trial included almost 400 adults with bipolar I or II disorder and acute agitation. Results showed relief from acute agitation kicked in … Read more

Unsubsidized utility scale solar changing shape of Danish PV market – pv magazine International

In a short interview with pv magazine, Flemming Vejby Kristensen, from the Danish PV association Solcelleforening, explained the surprising performance achieved by Denmark’s PV market in 2021, in which around 667.6MW of PV capacity was. Around 94% of this growth is coming from large scale unsubsidized solar projects and the segment’s main driver has been … Read more