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22 Dec 2014
Save power, make power
Trisha Andrew wants to save billions of watt hours by revolutionizing, well, just about every electronic device in existence. She suggests this be done by controlling the spin on electrons, and then shutting down devices if the proper spin is absent.
22 Dec 2014
Seed grants for innovative energy research
Stanford University's Precourt Institute for Energy, Precourt Energy Efficiency Center and TomKat Center for Sustainable Energy have awarded eight seed grants totaling about $1.5 million for promising new research in clean technology and energy efficiency.
19 Dec 2014
Engineers identify, address cause of persistent solar cell issue
Engineers have doubled the efficiency of a prominent solar cell technology by unraveling the origins of a phenomenon known to hinder cell performance, stability and evaluation.
18 Dec 2014
From nutshell to supercapattery
Scientists have created a hybrid sodium ion capacitor from peanut shells in a pioneering study bridging the gap between conventional ion batteries and supercapacitors.
17 Dec 2014
World's first BIOPV concrete façade installation
Heliatek has successfully delivered the first BIOPV - Building Integrated OPV - solar films to China.
16 Dec 2014
New technique could harvest more of the sun's energy
A new technology created by researchers from Caltech represents a first step toward harnessing lost energy in photovoltaic cells.
15 Dec 2014
Researchers set world record in solar energy efficiency
Researchers have converted over 40% of the sunlight hitting a solar system into electricity, the highest efficiency ever reported.
11 Dec 2014
Powering space craft of the future
Engineers at Lancaster University are working on powering future 'giant leaps' for mankind.
10 Dec 2014
New technique offers spray-on solar power
Pretty soon, powering your tablet could be as simple as wrapping it in cling wrap.
05 Dec 2014
High-temperature thermoelectric generator for U.S. military
The successful demonstration of a 1,000W TEG designed for diesel engine exhaust heat recapture.