(Purdue University) A new method could allow better materials to make up battery electrodes by converting them into a nanochain structure, extending battery lifetime and increasing stability.
Indoor Solar Cells That Can Generate Electricity From Home Lighting Could Power All Our Everyday Electronics
These inexpensive solar cells could power all of our household electronics without the need for disposable batteries.
A new way to convert carbon dioxide into the building block for sustainable liquid fuels was very efficient in tests and did not have the reaction that destroys the conventional device.
(University of Córdoba) A University of Cordoba research group combined algae and bacteria in order to produce biohydrogen, fuel of the future
Since solar panels can’t generate any electricity at night, researchers designed this contraption to power LED lights simply by relying on cold evening air.
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CNN recently hosted a seven-hour climate bore-athon. That climate cataclysms are real and already devastating our planet was not open to discussion. So host Wolf Blitzer and ten Democrat presidential contenders vied to make the most extravagant claims about how…
From Colombia to Argentina, major cities in Latin America are starting to adopt electric bus fleets. In a region with the highest use of buses per person globally, officials believe the transition will help meet climate targets, cut fuel costs,…
Once perfected into a closed-loop system, the Rice University reactor will be able to transform CO2 into pure liquid fuels for electric vehicle designs.
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New battery technology is allowing BMW to perk up the performance of two of its plug-in hybrid vehicles, the X5 xDrive45e and the MINI S E Countryman All4. Both will be on display at the Frankfurt auto show this month