Researchers at UPM make available for the general public programmes to simulate the functioning and predict the energy production of photovoltaic systems.
Electric vehicles running on batteries would be a better investment than hydrogen fuel cells in a number of communities.
A novel marine pumped storage system has been created by a team of researchers at the ?Fraunhofer Institute for Wind Energy and Energy System Technology (IWES).
Solar energy is capable of providing abundant power only if two major issues are solved by scientists.
Bacteria-Coated Nanofiber to Clean Wastewater
By Benedette Cuffari
Researchers Develop Nitrogen-Doped Nano-Onions for Fuel Cells
By Liam Critchley
Hydrogen Production Using Algae
By Kimberly Lawson
New Study Finds that Increased Precipitation Could Overload Waterways with Excess Nitrogen
RIT Researchers Use Nanowires to Enhance Solar Cell Technology
Biochar Could Enhance Crop Growth and Reduce Air Pollution
Single Catalyst Could Split Water into Oxygen and Hydrogen to Produce Clean Energy
Research Details New Advances for Lithium-Ion Batteries to Operate in Extreme Environments
Researcher Develops New Method for Converting Dirty Aluminum Foil into a Biofuel Catalyst
New Optimization Model Could Provide Higher Solar-Power Integration in Residential Photovoltaic Systems
UMD Scientists Invent First Ever Bio-Compatible, Ion Current Battery
Researchers Zero in on Brown Rot Fungi for Efficient Biomass Conversion
Geoff Pocock, Managing Director and Founder of the Hazer Group talks to AZoCleantech about how the Hazer Process is producing clean hydrogen with Near-Zero Carbon Emissions.
Dr Michael Hardman
Dr Michael Hardman from the School of Enviroment and Life Sciences from Salford University talks to AZoCleantech about relocating the growing of food to urban areas.
Phil Mackey, General Manager Solar & Emerging Businesses at Origin, talks to AZoCleantech about Origin’s ‘Solar as a Service’ helping more businesses go Solar.
The line-powered 827 pH lab is a reliable instrument that has been specifically designed for routine laboratory work. The instrument is integrated with sophisticated electronics, and a metal stand rod is fixed to the base plate, thus providing stable and reliable measured values in every respect.
The SMP21, a secondary standard pyranometer from Kipp & Zonen, integrates the CMP21 sensor technology. It has analog output, low maintenance and the RS-485 Modbus® interface. The SMP21 includes an internal desiccant that can function for up to 10 years, which significantly minimizes the maintenance costs.
The Primozone® BFP backflow protector is an intelligent backflow device designed for protecting ozone equipment from accidental backflow of water. The device has an electrical detection system, making it highly reliable with a fast response time.
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