Posts Tagged ‘energy‘
Link: What Tech Is Next for the Solar Industry? Solar manufacturers are eager to implement several new technologies that could make solar power cheaper, and the panels easier to make.
Link: Obama talked about climate change like a man itching for a ferocious battle – Quartz Obama said he had “no patience” for those who deny that climate change reflects a monumental challenge to the country—a reference to the Republican Party position that scorns the
Link: Building the Business Case for Energy Storage | MIT Technology Review A novel software tool could make it far easier to bring new energy storage technologies to market. If we’re ever going to run the world on intermittent renewable energy, we’re going to need
8bitfuture: Energy harvesting pavement powers its own streetlights. London-based startup Pavegen has developed tiling that can harvest kinetic energy from people’s footsteps, turning it into up to 8 watts of electricity per footstep. The tiles are made of 95 percent recycled tyres, and use a proprietary wireless communications
“KLM travelers can now fly on trans-Atlantic commercial flights on a jumbo jet fueled in part by the same oil that was used to cook French fries and catfish.” Read more: https://newsfeed.time.com/2013/03/14/dutch-airline-fuels-trans-atlantic-flights-using-cooking-oil/#ixzz2NVxf1ytp