The first-generation 3nm process can reduce power consumption by up to 45% compared with conventional 5nm chips, the group says. Chinese companies are likely among its initial customers.
A massive solar project in northern Australia, which aims to provide energy to Singapore and Indonesia via an undersea cable, has won approval for investment
Toyota was once a darling of environmentalists, but has more recently drawn criticism over its apparent reluctance to phase out petrol-powered cars
Mining magnate Andrew Forrest is backing a quantum computing net zero initiative in the US to speed up his goal of producing cheap and abundant green hydrogen.
Project Ivovik will be the European country's biggest wind farm and largest-ever investment in renewable energy sources by a Chinese enterprise
The automotive giant will work with JVC Kenwood, a maker of portable power units, and Yokohama-based R Energy, which recycles Nissan batteries
That poses “systemic risks” to its future, the newspaper said, with customers and governments increasingly demanding more sustainable supply chains
The programme focuses on using fewer chemical pesticides and fertilisers and less water, thereby preserving biodiversity and helping mitigate against climate change
Uber reported a mixed first quarter on Wednesday, with bookings up 35% from a year ago – but a net loss of $5.9 billion, due to the drop in value of its stakes in Didi, Grab and Aurora
Toyota-backed tech firm gets a licence to operate 100 vehicles in Guangzhou's Nansha district. Rival groups are also testing self-driving cars in Shenzhen, Changsha and California.
Taiwan has set its sights on playing a role in green energy systems to slash carbon emissions – and profit from the massive transition to cleaner power over coming decades
Osaka Gas said on Tuesday it will provide technical support for a $10.75bn green hydrogen project in the Australian outback and will consider investment in the Desert Bloom Hydrogen scheme