According to the scientists, the world’s first quick testing facility for tidal turbine blades can expedite the development of marine energy technologies while aiding to decrease costs and has paved the way for business.
REC Group, an international pioneering solar energy company headquartered in Norway, today launched its latest high-efficiency solar panel at Intersolar Europe 2022. With its high-power density innovations, the new REC Alpha Pure-R marks another advancement of the multiple award-winning REC Alpha Series.
According to Imperial College London investigators, a novel strategy for battery design could be the key to low-cost, long-term energy storage.
Scientists from the IIASA Energy, Climate, and Environment Program discovered that a “dual water and energy storage scheme,” which also lays the groundwork for high shares of renewable energy generation in the region, would dramatically increase agricultural efforts in downstream countries in Central Asia, which have conventionally been hindered by a lack of water for irrigation during the summer growing season.
New research shows that a transition to renewable energy alone is not fast enough to keep global temperatures below 2050 target levels.
Carrie Hall, associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at Illinois Institute of Technology, has been awarded a prestigious 2022–2023 Fulbright United States Scholar Award that will allow her to travel to the United Kingdom to collaborate with researchers at Lancaster University on a project focused on harvesting wave energy as a renewable energy source.
Arden Homes has announced a new venture with RACV Solar that will ensure every Arden Aspire and Lumina home built in 2022 and beyond will have solar panel system installed by RACV Solar.
A team of researchers has developed a tandem solar cell that is extremely efficient and made up of perovskite and organic absorbers, which can be manufactured at costs lower than traditional silicon-based solar cells.
Scientists, in a recent modeling study, demonstrated how extensively solar and wind potential differ by year and season, signifying that standby energy sources may be necessary as the world moves toward renewables to achieve zero carbon emissions.
Mitsubishi Power Aero LLC, a leading global provider of fast-track, on-demand power solutions, has signed an agreement with Life Cycle Power (Houston, Texas) to supply five FT8® MOBILEPAC® gas turbine units, adding 155 megawatts of capability to LCP’s fleet.