26 Apr

How Is Hydrogen Fuel Produced?


Hydrogen is a secondary energy source that can be formed from diverse, renewable resources like biomass, wind, solar, natural gas, and nuclear power. When consumed in a fuel cell, hydrogen generates only water. These attributes make it an effective alternative fuel option for electricity production applications and transportation.

Hydrogen Production Types

Hydrogen fuel is produced with various methods, and the most common ones include electrolysis and natural gas reforming, a thermal procedure. Some other methods include biological and solar-driven processes.

16 Mar

Why is STEM Education Important to the Future of Manufacturing?


The time to support STEM education is now. STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, but goes far beyond school subjects in the face of solving challenges worldwide. STEM fields lead innovation, sustain the growth of the economy, and raise social awareness — but it wouldn’t be possible without the people who study STEM, specifically researchers who are currently pursuing graduate and doctorate degrees.

19 Oct

3D Printing Set to Take the Sustainability Industry by Storm


One of the most revolutionary changes to happen to the sustainability of manufacturing, 3D printing technology, is taking the world by storm. In recent years, 3D printing has been developed for constructing homes that can take as little as two days to complete and at half the price of traditional construction costs.

13 Jul

Green Steel, the Super Hero of the Auto Industry


The supply chain is becoming more sustainable, one innovative step at a time. Mercedes-Benz already announced plans to release ten new EV models by next year, in line with many other auto manufacturers committing to greener vehicles.

01 Jun

Shades of Green


Imagine a shopping platform that directs consumers to products that are actually sustainable as they shop — Home Goods did just that with their new website called Shades of Green. 

According to Business Wire, Shades of Green uses a proprietary five-point evaluation system to screen products, only showcasing products that meet a minimum sustainability standard on their site. Each product is subject to evaluation based on sourcing, manufacturing, shipping, use and performance, and lifecycle.