Posts Tagged ‘green electricity’

E-Move Charging Station can Provide Power to Everything

Friday, September 18, 2009 2:02 No Comments

Michael Scherer, a designer from Brixen, has developed a solar charging station that can power bicycles, scooters, cars and even mobile phones. In conclusion it can provide power to everything with the necessary “fuel” from the sun. The prototype called E-Move Charging Station, is equipped with 8 mono-crystalline photovoltaic modules, which together supply 1.76 kWp [...]

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Sonea Converts Noise into Clean Electricity

Monday, September 14, 2009 8:25 No Comments

The industrial designers Boyeon Kim, Jihoon Kim, Da-Woon Chun and Myung-Suk Kim have come up with a concept energy absorbing system which converts all that noise into clean energy. The new machine called Sonea, measures 450mm X 450mm X 80mm, weighing in at a whole 7kg.

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Cheap Solar Panels Made from Human Hair

Wednesday, September 9, 2009 8:59 5 Comments

Milan Karki, a young inventor who comes from a village in rural Nepal, has created a new type of solar panel made from human hair, which could provide the world with green and cheap electricity.

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Human Waste to be Recycled into Biogas for Cooking and Heating

Tuesday, June 16, 2009 1:24 No Comments

Human waste could be an important source of “green” electricity for cooking and heating if it is converted into methane. Hundreds of thousands of people could benefit from this amazing source of energy. For this reason United Utilities is planning a £4.3 million scheme to build sewage treatment plants that can generate sewage gas for [...]

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Asia’s largest solar thermal power plant to be built by China

Sunday, February 22, 2009 1:31 No Comments

China wants to build the Asia’s largest solar power plant in a Beijing suburb.  The project was developed by the Chinese Academy of Sciences and will cost 14.7 million dollars. The construction will start next month.

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