HyperSolar has reported that the company’s latest advancements will enable its nanotechnology process to produce renewable and zero-carbon hydrogen fuel from almost any type of water source.
A team of material scientists at the Michigan Technological University has discovered that graphene can improve the conversion efficiency of next-generation photovoltaic cells.
A team of researchers from the Tsinghua University and Rice University has demonstrated that a combination of carbon nanotube forests and a sulfide-based electrolyte can be used to fabricate high-efficient dye-sensitized solar cells (DSC) at a cost lower than that of conventional silicon-based solar cells.
A team of researchers, led by Linda Nazar from the Waterloo University in Canada and Thomas Bein from the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet Muenchen (LMU) Munich, has synthesized porous carbon nanoparticles that use sulfur molecules to optimize the efficiency of lithium-sulfur batteries, a major breakthrough in the advancement of this next-generation of batteries.
Eighteen major research and industrial partners have teamed up in a European Union (EU) Fast Track project to develop high-efficiency thin-film silicon solar modules using nanotechnology.
A research team from the Brown University has developed a triple-headed metallic nanoparticle catalyst for fuel-cell reactions involving formic acid.
HyperSolar has disclosed certain details of its proposal for the development of first-of-its-kind nanotechnology-based, zero-carbon process for manufacturing renewable natural gas and hydrogen.
A research team at the University of California, San Diego is creating a forest of nanowire trees to cleanly harvest more amount of solar energy for generating hydrogen fuel efficiently without utilizing fossil fuels.
Cleanfield Alternative Energy has updated its collaborative venture of Nanowire Solar Cell on “Next Generation Solar Cell".
Nanosolar, a manufacturer of advanced thin-film solar cells and panels, has declared the closing of a $20-million funding round that involved new investor aeris CAPITAL and existing investors OnPoint Technologies and Mohr Davidow Ventures.