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  • Article - 2 Dec 2019
    The Lightyear One self-charging solar electric car has been developed by a Dutch company to allow users to move away from charging sources that use coal-fired power plants.
  • Article - 14 Nov 2019
    High-temperature furnaces (HTFs) typically utilize electrical heating systems, advanced insulation materials, and innovative design to generate temperatures as high as 3000 °C.
  • Article - 20 Sep 2019
    3D printing is being looked at as a way to clean up the renewable energy supply chain and to reduce costs.
  • News - 10 Mar 2008
    University of Maryland research that started with bacteria from the Chesapeake Bay has led to a process that may be able to convert large volumes of all kinds of plant products, from leftover...
  • News - 5 Mar 2008
    GE announced it is ramping up its efforts to enable global electrification of transportation by investing in Norwegian electric car manufacturer Think, which unveiled a five-seat crossover concept car...
  • Article - 16 Jan 2019
    With the war on plastic gaining momentum every year across industries, plastics made from alternative materials to the traditional petrochemicals currently used to create most plastic are now a very...
  • Article - 26 Nov 2018
    Clean technology refers to any product, process, or mechanism that maximizes the use of natural resources, specifically limiting the exploitation of non-renewable resources and tending to more...
  • News - 21 Feb 2008
    The electrons in nanoparticles of noble metal oscillate together apace with the frequency of the light. This phenomenon can be exploited to produce better and cheaper solar cells, scientists at...
  • Article - 17 Apr 2018
    It is no longer hyperbole to describe what’s happening in the solar power industry as a revolution. It began with the price of solar cells falling through the floor – a remarkably sustained run of...
  • News - 16 Feb 2008
    Babson College plans to install a wind turbine on the school's campus as a demonstration project, becoming the first college in the greater Boston area to utilize wind power through an on-campus...
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