The TESLA (Tough and Ecological Supercritical Line Breaker for AC) team in front of high-voltage circuit breakers. 
Researchers Receive ARPA-E Funding to Develop Eco-Friendly High-Voltage Circuit Breaker

Replacing the potent greenhouse gas SF6 in high-voltage circuit breakers with a clean alternative is...

Qcells, a solar power company, plans to build a $2.3 billion manufacturing complex just north of Atlanta in Cartersville to not only make state-of-the-art components for solar panels, but also to build complete panels used in a variety of settings, from houses to large-scale commercial and industrial solar arrays.
$2.3B Qcells Solar Power Investment Holds Major Potential for Georgia

Georgia Tech experts are at the forefront of technology and research that could revamp clean energy ...

Earth (Credit: NASA/Joshua Stevens)
School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences to Offer Three New Undergraduate Degrees — Including Interdisciplinary Environmental Science Major

The expanded undergraduate degree offerings are designed to continue Georgia Tech’s reputation for a...

The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design, a certified “Living Building,” at Georgia Tech, is a case study in Matisoff's book. Credit: Daniel Matisoff
Ecolabels, Innovation, and Green Market Transformation: Learning to LEED

Daniel Matisoff's book traces the curve of ecolabel adoption in the building market, revealing ...

Postdoctoral fellow Poorandokht Kashkouli, seated, discusses test data from their direct air capture rig with Ryan Lively, left, and Chris Jones. The system pulls air across filter materials to remove carbon dioxide. (Photo: Candler Hobbs)
Cutting Emissions Isn’t Enough. We Need to Scrub Carbon Directly from the Air

New Direct Air Capture Center will leverage Georgia Tech’s leadership in a burgeoning field. ...

Energy Dept Invests $100M in Gleb Yushin’s EV Battery Startup

The company is ramping up production on anode technology Yushin developed at Georgia Tech. ...

Left to right: John Lanier, executive director of the Ray C. Anderson Foundation; Ken Foskett, chair of the Atlanta Press Club Board of Directors; Maria Saporta, editor of SaportaReport; Quinnie Jenkins, director of community relations for Delta Air Lines; Ángel Cabrera, president of Georgia Tech; Beril Toktay, faculty director of the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business; Nick Valencia, CNN national correspondent; and Ed Bastian, CEO of Delta Air Lines
Georgia Leaders Discuss the Business of Climate Solutions

Georgia Tech President Ángel Cabrera and Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian discuss how businesses can m...

Meltwater lake on the Sørsdal Glacier. (Photo: Dave Lomas)
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Antarctic supraglacial lakes have been linked to ice-shelf collapse and acceleration of inland ice f...

Genaro Soto Valle, Manos Tentzeris, Kexin Hu, and Yepu Cui with the fabricated proof-of-concept tile arrays and inkjet-printed tile arrays.
The Future of 5G+ Infrastructure Could be Built Tile by Tile

Manos Tentzeris and his team of Georgia Tech researchers flex their novel 5G+‐enabled massively scal...

Mo Jarin, a doctoral student in Georgia Tech’s School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, is the 2022 winner of the Career, Research, and Innovation Development Conference’s Innovation Competition for her VoltaPure water disinfection technology.
Environmental Health Engineering Graduate Student Wins CRIDC Innovation Competition

Winning technology is disinfection system that addresses access challenges to clean drinking water ...