World first principle for rechargeable cement-based batteries
Imagine a whole 20-storey concrete building that can save energy like a gigantic battery. Thanks to one-of-a-kind research study from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, this vision can sooner or later be a truth. Researchers from the Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering lately published a short article laying out a brand-new idea for rechargeable batteries made from concrete.
May 18, 2021 // Technology, Storage, Sweden, Europe, Chalmers University of Technology, cement-based batteries
Cryptocurrency promoting transition to green energy
Cryptocurrency and its mining processes have often been blamed for their negligence of the environment as the tremendous amounts of energy required to power the business has even surpassed the power consumption of some small nations on the planet. This is further echoed by the fact that the energy requirements are often fulfilled by unsustainable methods, such as fossil-fuel based electricity generation, leading to carbon pollution at the hands of the industry.
Feb 25, 2021 // Technology, Software, Blockchain, mining, green energy, cryptocurrency
Converting solar energy to hydrogen fuel, with aid from photosynthesis
Worldwide economic development features enhancing demand for energy, yet stepping up energy manufacturing can be challenging. Recently, scientists have attained record performance for solar-to-fuel conversion, and also now they want to include the machinery of photosynthesis to push it further.
Aug 18, 2020 // Technology, Solar to Fuel, USA, hydrogen, North America, Lilac Amirav
United States Treasury to rob nonrenewable fuel source subsidies to pay for ITC extensions, other clean programs
The US Department of the Treasury has actually disclosed exactly how new eco-friendly tax incentives will certainly be spent for by a tax raid on the fossil fuel sector, removing aids for oil and gas business.
Apr 8, 2021 // Markets & Finance News, investment tax credit, regulation, Fossil Fuels, US policy
FRV gets 90 MW NSW solar ranch, inks PPA with Snowy Hydro
Spanish developer Fotowatio Renewable Ventures (FRV) has actually authorized its 2nd power acquisition contract with the government-owned store Snowy Hydro for a solar project, which it purchased from Germany's Ib vogt.
Mar 18, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, Australia, Oceania, Fotowatio Renewable Ventures, Carlo Frigerio, Paul Broad, Carsten Stang
New generation of solar cells contributes to the Green Revolution
The European Union is identified to carry out a major reform known as the European Green Deal with a goal of making Europe the very first climate neutral continent in 2050.
Dec 2, 2020 // Technology, solar cells, efficiency, TalTech Laboratory of Photovoltaic Materials, Marit Kauk-Kuusik
PVSyst Review: Pros and Cons of PV system design software package
There are several software applications used by engineers, project owners, financiers, and architects for designing and modelling solar PV systems. PVSyst is often considered one of the most preferred and used tools in this space. For more than two decades it has enabled users to, size-simulate-and-study PV systems, perform in depth design and analysis, and generate detailed reports.
Feb 25, 2021 // Software, HOMER, PVSyst, Solar Software Review, HelioScope, Aurora, BlueSol, PVSol
How to choose a solar installer
Going solar is a complicated process, and choosing the best installer may be the most difficult part. To help you select among the variety of solar companies
Jul 28, 2020
Energy Efficient Buildings in the United States and Russia
The world energy crisis of the 1970s led to the emergence of a new scientific and experimental direction in construction associated with the concept of energy-efficient building.
Sep 23, 2021 // Blog, Europe, Asia, Russia, energy efficient, Energy Efficient Buildings
How Tbhawt is bringing a change in Innovation & Green Energy
What is green innovation? Green development implies cultivating monetary development and improvement while guaranteeing that normal resources keep on
Sep 14, 2021 // Grids
New pathway to improve polycrystalline thin-film solar cell performance
Puzzling out and also checking new ways to enhance the performance of cadmium telluride (CdTe) polycrystalline thin-film photovoltaic products is a common day in the life of National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) research study researchers Matthew Reese and also Craig Perkins.
Jun 10, 2021 // Technology, USA, NREL, solar cell, North America, thin-film solar cell, efficiency, Matthew Reese, Craig Perkins
PV ModuleTech 2019: Interview with Frédéric Dross, VP Technology Americas with DSM
At the recently held 2019 PV ModuleTech conference, held in Malaysia, PV Tech talked with Frédéric Dross, VP Technology Americas with DSM after his presentation that highlighted PV module materials for performance and reliability.
Oct 28, 2019 // Solar, Malaysia, pv power plants, pv modules, bifacial, c-si manufacturing, Asia, pv moduletech 2019, royal dsm, Frédéric Dross
Solar-powered system extracts drinkable water from "dry" air
Scientists at MIT and somewhere else have significantly boosted the result from a system that can remove drinkable water straight from the air even in dry regions, using warmth from the sun or another source.
Oct 15, 2020 // Technology, Asia, Korea, MIT, Evelyn Wang, Guihua Yu
The 6 Best Solar Supplies to Buy Right Now
Retreat the triple-digit assessments and focus in on superior solar supplies
Aug 15, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, Canadian Solar, Duke Energy, Dominion Energy, Xcel Energy, NextEra Energy, Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure
Secrecy and Abuse Insurance claims Haunt China's Solar Factories in Xinjiang
The world's green power rise depends on polysilicon made in China's remote Northwest. No person actually recognizes what's taking place inside the centers.
Apr 14, 2021 // Manufacturing News, China, Asia, GCL-Poly Energy Holdings, Bloomberg, Rune Steenberg, Xu Guixiang