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Innovative Batteries With Potential of Low Cost, & More efficient Solar Energy

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

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Innovative Batteries With Potential of Low Cost, & More efficient Solar Energy

A new type of battery with the potential of increasing the efficiency and cutting the costs of solar power was unveiled thanks to collaboration between the University of Southampton and lithium battery; technology company REAP systems. The latter is the sponsor of the research project which is Led by Yue Wu, a MSc Sustainable Energy [...]

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First Marine Energy Test Centre In Japan

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

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First Marine Energy Test Centre In Japan

The Orkney based European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) today signed an agreement in which it has agreed to help develop the Japanese Marine Energy Centre. This Centre is to be the first marine energy test establishment for Japan. According to the papers signed by the EMEC with the Oceanic Energy Association of Japan, the EMEC [...]

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Efficiency Regime is A New Challenge for Energy Firms

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

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Efficiency Regime is A New Challenge for Energy Firms

EurActiv’s giving a hike to the considerations of drafting audits, inventories and savings. They are showing the necessity of energy companies to offer 1.5% savings; spread across the end-users. Accordingly, experts shall audit large energy companies independently, every three years. In case of any discrepancies, penalties that would ensure future curbing of not following the [...]

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Japan’s Green Town Being Built by Panasonic: Fujisawa SST

Saturday, June 11, 2011

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Japan’s Green Town Being Built by Panasonic: Fujisawa SST

The SMART Town is a project that is not only going to save energy but will change the concept of how towns are constructed in Japan. In collaboration with eight companies Panasonic is building an eco-energy town, which is going to be full-fledge with energy saving technologies. In theory, the houses that are going to [...]

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The Third Solar Powered Car Of Iran Has Been Released

Sunday, April 10, 2011

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The Third Solar Powered Car Of Iran Has Been Released

On Sunday, ‘Iranian Gazelle 2′was revealed by Iran. It is the third solar-powered car of the country. The design and the development were completely done by scientists and experts of Iran. On the unveiling ceremony of the car, the project manager, Karen Abania, said that the car now weighs 150kg, which is 100kg lighter than [...]

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World Council for Renewable Energy’s Mission: Ban New Nuclear Power & Shift to Renewable Energy

Monday, March 21, 2011

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World Council for Renewable Energy’s Mission: Ban New Nuclear Power & Shift to Renewable Energy

In a press statement, WCRE asserts a worldwide and organized effort to ultimately prohibit all nuclear power. After the incidences in Three Mile Island, Chernobyl, Harrisburg and Fukushima, it is time to make a move and cut off dependence and eliminate this enormously unsafe and risky technology. Furthermore, they stated that it does not matter [...]

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Batteries’ Affordability Is The Answer To More Wind and Solar Power Deployment

Saturday, March 19, 2011

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Batteries’ Affordability Is The Answer To More Wind and Solar Power Deployment

On March 4, a new published report by Chemical Reviews journal stated that advanced batteries utilized by the energy grid for wind and sun power storage should be dependable, long-lasting and non-toxic. However, the major key to a more expansive distribution is the batteries’ affordability. At present, this report is one of the most extensive [...]

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Plug-in electric hybrid Cars – Cost Efficient and Environmentally Friendly

Sunday, February 6, 2011

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Plug-in electric hybrid Cars – Cost Efficient and Environmentally Friendly

New modern plug-in electric hybrid vehicles are similar to conventional cars such as Toyota Prius and Lexus. The only difference is the size of the batteries used in these modern cars. In addition, these batteries are more expensive. They have an advanced system which even allows re-charging to be done at a parking. This would [...]

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Electric Vehicles – Some Formulas For Charging Batteries

Thursday, February 3, 2011

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Electric Vehicles – Some Formulas For Charging Batteries

There is really progress going on in the field of electric engines. Electric engines are already four times better than internal combustion engines. The technology to bring pure plug-in electric vehicles to the road does already exist. The only restrain is the presence of efficient battery solutions; batteries allowing recharging to be done at an [...]

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Students of Springfield Proposing Green Solutions to Mayor

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

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Students of Springfield Proposing Green Solutions to Mayor

Student at Springfield Renaissance School is analysing green solutions. It seems that not only adults are focusing on going green. The younger generation seems to be readily on the road with innovative green ideas. The ninth grade class from the Springfield Renaissance School is fully committed to the idea of transforming the City of Springfield [...]

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