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It’s going to take time for the dust to settle but for now, let’s be heartened by the fact that the Glasgow sessions have once again put renewables on the agenda.
An international scientific collaboration has been launched to discover breakthroughs in energy and other technologies.
Rudolph Technologies Inc. has introduced a software package targeting the still-troublesome area of photovoltaic cell efficiency, hoping to bring solar cells closer to grid parity through reduced costs and inefficiencies.
July 25, 2002 [SolarAccess.com] In China, the Hebei provincial geological department has recently discovered a 3,200-meter-deep geothermal resource with sodium chloride water at about 85 degrees centigrade and a water flow of 40 tons/hour. The province has already developed 600 hectares of planting and breeding areas through the exploitation of geothermal resources, as well as supplying heating to over two […]
A newly created microbe produces cellulose that can be turned into ethanol and other biofuels, report scientists from The University of Texas at Austin. The scientists say the microbe could provide a significant portion of the nation's transportation fuel if production can be scaled up.
Rudolph Technologies Inc., has introduced Discover Solar, one of the first fab management software tools designed specifically to help solar photovoltaic (PV) manufacturers increase cell efficiency and reduce costs.
ICP Solar Technologies Inc. has executed a binding letter of intent to purchase all the issued and outstanding shares of solar pioneer Discover Power Inc., of San Diego, California, which has more than 18 years of experience selling complete solar solutions for off-grid and grid-tie systems.
The expansive, flat roof of a California retail store, covered in dark roofing material, bakes in the hot, July, mid-day sun.
Researchers at the University of Houston have created a new thermoelectric material, intended to generate electric power from waste heat — from a vehicle tailpipe, for example, or an industrial smokestack — with greater efficiency and higher output power than currently available materials.
When Duke Energy Geracao Paranapanema acquired eight hydro plants in Brazil, the company discovered three facilities needed immediate repair.