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alt="Energy-generating rubber combines flexibility and high-output"
Energy-generating rubber combines flexibility and high-output
Ricoh has announced that it has created a novel flexible material "Energy-Generating Rubber" that converts pressure and vibration into electric energy with high efficiency.
alt="HeliaFilm® on concrete façade"
HeliaFilm® on concrete façade
Europe´s first solar concrete wall was inaugurated at RECKLI's headquarter in Herne, Germany. The façade, designed by RECKLI to fit the solar film from Heliatek (HeliaFilm®), represents a novel approach to BIOPV.
alt="A new design of wind turbine"
A new design of wind turbine
A new way of harvesting energy from the wind using wind turbines that have no blades.
alt="Moth's eye and lotus leaf inspire solar panel coating"
Moth's eye and lotus leaf inspire solar panel coating
A moth's eye and lotus leaf were the inspirations for an antireflective water-repelling, or superhydrophobic, glass coating that holds significant potential for solar panels.
alt="Used cigarette butts offer energy storage solution"
Used cigarette butts offer energy storage solution
Scientists in South Korea have developed a new way to store energy that also offers a solution to a growing environmental problem.
alt="New shortcut to solar cells"
New shortcut to solar cells
Scientists have found a way to simplify the manufacture of solar cells by using the top electrode as the catalyst that turns plain silicon into valuable black silicon.
alt="SolarRoad produces more energy than expected"
SolarRoad produces more energy than expected
SolaRoad is in a pilot phase for a three year period, where various measurements and tests are being performed as input to further development.
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Microelectronics from Microdul: Interview at IDTechEx event
Video interview with Microdul at the IDTechEx Energy Harvesting & Storage event
alt="Robotic eel harvests energy from electromagnetic fields"
Robotic eel harvests energy from electromagnetic fields
An amphibious robot that can swim through the oceans of distant moons and planets could be the next iteration of self-sustaining, robotic space exploration.
alt="Scientists discovery mystery behind solar energy harvesting material"
Scientists discovery mystery behind solar energy harvesting material
Scientists have discovered how hybrid organic/inorganic perovskites, which have been used as highly efficient solar harvesting materials, really work

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