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2013-12-16 Fossil fuels lose market share over renewables, nuclear power
IHS forecasted that the share of new generator sales that use fossil fuels will decline despite taking the dominant position last year in the medium and high power generator markets
2007-12-24 Synthetic fuel recipe mixes reclaimed CO2, water, sunlight
Sandia National Laboratories of the U.S. Department of Energy is building a reactor that would use reclaimed carbon dioxide emissions to create renewable synthetic fuel by combining the CO2 with water
2011-03-25 Recovery method makes hydrogen fuel cells feasible
Researchers have found a way to use ammonia borane as a material for storing hydrogen, enabling hydrogen fuel cells for vehicles
2010-01-19 South Korea bets on renewable energy
New renewable energy will help the Korea government's 'Low Carbon, Green Growth' vision to achieve new employment and economic growth, and enable security of green energy supply and energy export resources.
2008-07-18 Solar thermal tech soars as alternative energy
Solar thermal technology that attempts to harness the efficient phase change from water to steam is emerging as the preferred alternative energy technology in the race to replace fossil fuels with sustainable energy sources
2008-08-29 Renewable energy initiatives explore hydrogen, photosynthesis
Green energy projects are looking into ways to replace fossil fuels with renewable resources like hydrogen and photosynthesis
2008-02-27 Nanoparticles to make water-fueled cars a reality
'Our nanoparticle-coated electrodes make electrolysers efficient enough to provide hydrogen on demand from a tank of distilled water in your car,' said Kevin Maloney, CEO and co-founder of QuantumSphere.
2008-01-30 Japanese hydrogen cars in the works
Addressing the need to cut greenhouse gas emissions to stop global warming, Japanese automakers and energy suppliers are pushing the development of hydrogen-powered vehicles.
2010-01-18 South Korea boosts drive for greener electronics
With all the industries fighting for product differentiation and the next killer applications, low power consumption and green technology, regardless of industries, are likely to be the continuing motto in 2010.
2008-04-01 Solar startup out to beat coal on price
MIT professor Ely Sachs plans for a startup company to develop an improved silicon-based solar cell that can beat coal on cost efficiency.
2012-01-18 Semiconductors and the world's energy crisis
The dramatic increase in the number of people around the world using power and the number of power-hungry devices we use calls for a big change in the world's approach to electrical power.
2013-10-17 Rising trend in technology patents for renewable energy
The study from MIT and SFI shows that investments in research and development, as well as in the growth of markets for renewable energy, have helped to spur the dramatic growth in innovation.
2004-02-16 Photosynthesis inspires molecular-assembly process
Nanotechnologists have recently succeeded in their attempts to build molecular systems based on highly efficient versions of the molecular "machine" that plants use to turn sunlight into energy.
2012-08-06 Philippines stamps approval on renewable energy FiTs
Regulatory body has approved initial feed-in tariff rules to assist RE developers in recovering investments.
2008-07-04 Hot air system can cut energy expenses
An engineer at Sandia thinks compressed air stored in underground caverns could help cut in half the cost of electricity from generators.
2010-08-18 Grid-connected solar microinverter reference design using a dsPIC digital signal controller
Using renewable resources on a large scale is a cost problem and in most cases, more research is needed to make their use cost-effective.
2010-09-13 EPIA introduces PV Observatory to advocate sustainable policies
The European Photovoltaic Industry Association (EPIA) advocates sustainable policies with its aim of keeping the PV industry and market on an accelerated, sustainable growth track.
2011-03-11 China invests in green development
On Jan. 26, the U.S. Embassy in the Chinese capital reported the average daily air quality index was in the red zone. That's face-mask conditions for the average motorist and bicyclist.
2008-09-10 Changes await Korea's broadcasting, comms sector
The South Korean government is reportedly looking into easing regulations on broadcasting and communications industries to create jobs and new growth engines, as well as media enterprises in Internet protocol TV (IPTV) and other new media fields, according to Korea.net.
2011-11-29 Battery that will last 3 decades?
Researchers from Stanford University have developed an electrode material that can take 40,000 charge/discharge cycles while keeping an 80 percent capacity.
2011-06-23 Upcoming technologies push power revolution
Several electronic technologies are playing high-profile roles in power revolution, among them 3D transistors, solid-state lighting, energy harvesting, superconducting cable and silicon carbide components.
2010-03-08 Shifting towards electronics sustainability
According to Molex Inc. VP, solid-state lighting Mike Picini, To survive and thrive in this environment will require a new approach to product design, development and delivery.
2012-06-06 Rensselaer's solar tech increases conversion efficiency by 60%
The technology uses superconducting magnets to increase the efficiency of conversion from sunlight to electricity by stripping electrons from high-energy plasma jets.
2010-01-28 Financial crisis drives innovation in chip market
Solomon Ng of STMicroelectronics takes stock of new applications enabled by semiconductor innovation. He says companies that drove innovation during the financial crisis will emerge winners.
2005-08-08 Electric power steering: one good turn deserves another
Current power steering systems are heavy and sap horsepower. All-electrical alternatives are lighter and more adaptable, as this expert demonstrates.
2008-12-16 Battery pack reduces HEVs' petrol consumption
STMicroelectronics and LG Chem have unveiled details of a new automotive battery pack that significantly extends the potential of electric and hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs), reducing both petrol consumption and CO2 emissions.
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