energy

Do Mekong River Dams Need to Ruin Villages?

Towards an algorithm for dam operators that will increase fish harvests and still generate power...

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Electric Cars, Perpetual Motion and the Home Energy Mobius Strip

Energy from electric cars could power our lives - but only if we improve the system ...

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The Next Step for Renewable Energy. Literally

Move over, solar: The next big renewable energy source could be at our feet ...

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Sunshine for a Rainy Day: Storing Solar Energy

An effective and low-cost solution for storing solar energy ...

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Can the Clean Fuel Movement Ketch Up With Florida’s Tomato Battery?

Creative thinkers in Florida develop an innovative use for waste material - the tomato battery...

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Screw Your Noisy Drone, We’ve Got Electric Bubbles! MIT Make Ultra Lightweight Solar Cell

MIT develop thinnest and lightest solar cells ever ...

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Your Magneto-Jet Awaits, Sir. Powerful magnetic fields in Nature

Simulation shows key to building powerful magnetic fields ...

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So Long, Smog! Small Scale Nuclear Fusion Advance

Small-scale nuclear fusion may be a new energy source ...

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Power Up! Green Storage for Green Energy

A rechargeable battery to power a home from rooftop solar panels...

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More Free Energy! Sun-Tracking Small Solar Cells

Inspired by art, lightweight solar cells track the sun ...

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Sunshine on a Rainy Day : Splitting Water Molecules for Clean Energy

Rice University researchers demo solar water-splitting technology ...

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Can Windfarms Hurt You… With Bass Sounds?

an international team of experts dealt with the fundamentals of hearing in the lower limit range of the audible frequency range (i.e. infrasound), but also in the upper limit range (i.e. ultrasound)....

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Catching Rays to Save Sunlight

Regardless of method, when you store energy there is a theoretical limit to the energy density.... And then there is reality. ...

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LEDs winning Energy Race.

Today's light-emitting diode light bulbs have a slight environmental edge over compact fluorescent lamps. And that gap is expected to grow significantly as technology and manufacturing methods...

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New battery produces electricity where freshwater meets saltwater

Scientists are reporting development of a new battery that extracts and stores energy produced from the difference in saltiness at the point where freshwater in rivers flows into oceans....

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