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- Tag: technology
Published at May 20, 2013
Researchers at North Carolina State University are looking to biomimicry to solve one of thin-film solar technology's biggest problems: light reflection between films that causes...
Published at May 16, 2013
source: Northwest Public Radio
A Seattle-area company developed the wind turbines Majel Dixon is talking about. They’re called Powersails. The blades look more like a sail from...
Published at May 13, 2013
source: The Energy Collective
The National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) is adding to its already impressive list of renewable energy innovations with a new two-year...
Published at May 3, 2013
source: The Star
Considering the great amounts of fresh water Canada holds, it is amazing how the country is behind desalination technologies.
Published at May 1, 2013
source: Renewable Energy World
The Energy Department announced today up to $13 million in funding to develop and test advanced components and technologies to boost the performance of marine...
United States: IBM solar collector magnifies sun by 2,000x (without cooking itself), costs 3x less than similar systemsPublished at Apr 29, 2013
Concentrating the sun's ray onto solar photovoltaic (PV) modules requires walking the fine line between optimizing power output and not literally melting your very expensive...
Published at Apr 26, 2013
source: Renew Grid Mag
The U.S. Department of Energy(DOE) says that researchers from its SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory and Stanford University have designed a low-cost, long-life "flow"...
Published at Apr 25, 2013
The Solar Foundation, which has been releasing reports for a few years on the state of the solar industry in the U.S., has just...
Published at Apr 25, 2013
Signs of this transformation are already appearing: Solar power workers now outnumber coal miners nationwide, wind power was the United States’
Published at Apr 19, 2013
source: Fox News
With the global capacity for solar energy production more than doubling every year, the question of whether or not to jump on this growing trend...