Researchers at Missouri University of Science and Technology are developing a portable, hydrogen-generating power system to power everything from laptops to communications gear for soldiers in the battlefield.
On April 11 and 12, 2008, the MIT Energy Conference: Technology, Policy and Entrepreneurship will offer a peek into the future with distinguished panelists, cutting-edge research, networking opportunities, and hands-on displays.
As Presidential hopefuls outline plans for housing relief packages to slow mounting foreclosures, some Americans have taken matters into their own hands.
Sandia National Laboratories Fleet Services Department has exceeded fuel and energy efficiency standards set by the Department of Energy, one of a few organizations to do so in the nuclear weapons complex.
Nuclear regulators, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and the Environment Agency (EA), today announced that the first step of 'Generic Design Assessment'(GDA) carried out on four designs submitted for new nuclear power stations had found no shortfalls at this stage
The development of new nuclear power plants over the next decade will help the nation meet its growing demand for electricity with a reliable, carbon-free source of energy, a nuclear industry executive told the U.S. House of Representatives' Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming.
IBM Researchers today unveiled a prototype technology that could bring massive amounts of bandwidth in an energy efficient way to all kinds of machines -- from supercomputers to cell phones -- that could revolutionize the way people access, use and share information across many different applications.
In a move that signals the company’s commitment to rapidly grow its solar energy business, BTU International, Inc. today announced several initiatives, including the formation of a new Business Group for its Alternative Energy equipment business, the addition of key talent, and the establishment of international solar research and process application centers.
On a perfect New Mexico winter day - with the sky almost 10 percent brighter than usual - Sandia National Laboratories and Stirling Energy Systems (SES) set a new solar-to-grid system conversion efficiency record by achieving a 31.25 percent net efficiency rate.
The Basque ALBIASA group has development plans to invest 300 million euros up to 2010 aimed at promoting various photoelectric parks, a thermosolar plant and premises for the manufacture of photoelectric cells.