Nanowire-based solar cells are being developed by a startup in Massachusetts, Bandgap Engineering, in the hopes of lowering costs while increasing power of solar...
13-year-old Fatima Al Kaabi of UAE has invented a solar bag that can charge electronic gadgets, supply power to lights and a fan for...
A team of researchers at the University of Western Ontario has developed a new way to use solar and wind power installations to reduce costs and improve their cost efficiency. Two Ontario power companies have already signed on to use the new technology.
A new technology that could bring an increase in solar cell efficiency has been presented by Purdue researchers. They use an ultra-fast pulsing laser which creates "microchannels" needed to connect the solar cells in series, for building a usable system.
The Manassas, Virginia-based Catch the Wind has signed an agreement with National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL) to test the company's Vindicator laser wind sensor that automatically optimizes wind turbine direction to boost its output.
For whoever laughed at those inventions and inventors claiming that they run their cars on hydrogen, or improve their mileage using hydrogen generated on-board their cars, here's a piece of news that's going to raise an eyebrow.
Modular thinking has brought us many wonderful things in technology, medicine, and in most exact sciences. I see no reason why it should not work in power generation.
If we learned to fly from birds, and to swim from fish, then why shouldn't we learn to extract our energy like plants do? The Australian Shark Bay gives us a clue on how we could.
All camping and hiking lovers know that one of the most essential gadgets that every backpack should contain is a good light source of...
Mazda is in the process of testing a car that runs on both hydrogen and gasoline (it's a dual fuel system). They're allowed to test the car on the public roads from Japan.