Pluvia Converts Rainwater to Electricity, Purifies It

Pluvia is made of a microturbine, 12-volt rechargeable batteries, generator, pipe, pump, charcoal filter and a storage tank. Rain has received quite a bit of attention...

German Clean-Tech Company Makes Fuel From Water

First of its kind liquid hydrocarbon fuel, developed by a German company for clean technology, holds the potential to transform the world of renewable...

Norway’s Hydropower to Benefit from Climate Change, Increased Rainfall

The Norwegian government released a report on Friday stating that the ill-famed global warming is going to benefit the country by bringing them more...

Idénergie’s River Turbine Generates Energy from Flowing Water

A fresh new project on Kickstarter takes on the ancient idea of water mills and creates a modern river turbine that can provide cheap and...

Scientists Closer to Building Energy Harvesting Computers

Energy-harvesting computers might soon become a reality, as scientists develop a new method to make them reliable. It is a dream-come-true for every programmer- the...

Cheap and Efficient Thermoelectric Material Turns Waste Heat Into Eectricity

New thermoelectric material, tetrahedrite, a naturally occurring mineral, non-toxic and super efficient conductor that turns waste heat into power, goes on sale by Alphabet...

New MOSFET-based Device Makes Ultra Low Power Green Sources Usable

A company called Advanced Linead Devices, from Sunnyvale, CA, has designed a MOSFET (a power transistor, you may have one your stereo at home - it basically looks like the picture above) that can open itself to very tiny, small, voltages, and it's called "zero-threshold MOSFET".

Dutch & Norvegian Researchers Say Osmosis Power Plants Could Suffice World's Electricity Needs

A new approach to generate electricity comes from engineers from Europe's northern countries of the Netherlands and Norway. They want to use the difference between salty and fresh water through osmosis in two different manners and say that their solutions could suffice the entire world's energy needs. The New Scientist joined them both in an interesting case study.

BlackLight Power Sells 400 MW Free Energy Generator to Akridge Energy

On July 30, BlackLight Power announced a commercial license agreement with Maryland-based Akridge Energy. BLP will allow Akridge to use their energy producing process for generating electricity in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Colombia, up to a maximum continuous capacity of 400 MW.

New Dutch Power Plant to Produce Energy From Sea Water

The latest addition to the growing renewable energy family comes from researchers from the Netherlands. They developed a system, which produces electricity using the...