Posts Tagged ‘green energy’
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.
In this year the last news in the batteries field is that Ceramatec has developed a new battery that can store up to 20KWh of green energy. But now Switzerland-based private equity fund Micro Finance Investment AG announcing a new record in this field. They claim that have developed a new lithium polymer cell capable [...]
Alaska’s largest solar hot water system was installed by Golden Valley Electric Association at the Denali Education Center, McKinley Village. According to NewsMiner the new solar hot water system will save the Denali Education Center as much as AUD $11,000 annually in energy costs because it is expected to generate the equivalent of 32,000 kwh [...]
The company Wind Simplicity has launched a new wind turbine that can generate up to 23KW of green power and an easily be installed in your backyard, eliminating your electricity bills. If you’re not in need of a fancy wind turbine, or if you’re looking to save a few bucks, they also offer the Wind [...]
NGK Insulators Ltd developed a solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) that achieved a lower heating value (LHV) of 63%, one of the highest in the world and uses hydrogen gas as fuel. The SOFC features an operating temperature of 800°C and a power output of 700W.
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 [...]
The Indian newsletter “The Hindu” announced that there is a project of the government from New Delhi for a massive expansion of solar energy systems. These will generate 200,000 megawatts by 2050.
Lunen, a German town north of Dortmund, will become the world’s first town powered by biogas generated from cow and horse manure. In addition, the local authorities are also planning to use organic material from local farms in the process which would generate electricity for 90,000 inhabitants.
The company Armageddon Energy has developed a system called “Clover,”that help you to convert your roof into a renewable energy generator. The system includes a micro-inverter, a triangular frame, and three hexagonal solar panels. It’s lightweight and can generate roughly 400 watts of green energy. The company just finished early stage testing and is readying [...]
Israeli scientists have developed a method to generate electricity by using the cars passing. In addition, they announced that next month will inaugurate two such highways that will generate energy. Experts say that the cars which are moving on a distance of one kilometer can generate over 640 kilowatts, enough energy to power 12 small [...]