Article - 26 Nov 2018
The goal of introducing clean technology into the consumer and production market was to create sustainable and environmentally-friendly solutions to decrease carbon footprints, protect the world from...
Article - 22 Oct 2018
Plastic waste is a massive problem, there is no doubt about that, but ever since Blue Planet 2 aired on the BBC last year, attention has been firmly focused on what can be done to reduce the volume of...
News - 20 Feb 2008
Research and Markets has announced the addition of “Hydrogen as a Future Energy Carrier” to their offering.
This book fills the gap for concise but comprehensive literature on this...
Article - 28 Jun 2017
In 1933, Nobel Prize winner Lev Davidovich Landau introduced the polaron theory, which describes the movement of the polaron, which describes waves of electrons and their cloud of surrounding virtual...
Article - 9 Mar 2017
In British Colombia, Canada, a varied range of Cleantech products and services are being used to assist in industries associated with environmental issues.
Article - 20 Apr 2016
Fossil fuels are not a sustainable source of energy, but the use of renewable energy is hampered by their intermittency: the sun goes down every day, and there are times when the wind doesn't blow.
Article - 22 Jul 2013
In the literature, thermodynamics is conventionally defined as the science of energy and entropy. Since energy and entropy do not have the same currencies (units) and represent two distinct entities,...
Article - 6 Mar 2013
The Fischer-Tropsch (FT) process, originally developed by Franz Fischer and Hans Tropsch in early 1920s, is a series of chemical reactions that involve the conversion of hydrogen and carbon monoxide...
Article - 23 Aug 2012
If even 2% of the heat below the Earth’s volcanoes is harnessed, it could provide enough
energy for the entire United States 2500 times over. Are volcanoes really all that bad?
Article - 29 Jun 2012
Over the article the different types of biofuels, how they are formed, and where they are being used will be discussed.