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Munich is maintaining the interest for renewable energy

Munich continues to maintain its interests for renewable energy power sources and also to glow the Allianz Arena, the place where the local soccer team FC Bayern Munich plays.

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PowerPot- cooking pots to power gadgets and camping devices

It is generally known that thermoelectric materials are able to generate an electrical current due to a temperature gradient within them.

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Algae biofuel produced by NASA inside a network floating bags

According to a MIT Technology Review, NASA has developed a system capable to grow huge amount of algae for biofuel production.

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Rising demand for wind turbines and electric vehicles could strain supplies of some rare earth metals

As the world moves toward greater use of low-carbon and zero-carbon energy sources, a possible bottleneck looms, according to a new MIT study: the supply of certain metals needed for key clean-energy technologies.

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Quantum Computer Built Inside a Diamond

Diamonds are forever – or, at least, the effects of a diamond on quantum computing may be.

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New record set for recycling indoor light to electricity

G24 Innovations has achieved ground-breaking efficiency rates for the indoor performance of its Dye-Sensitised Cells.

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Solar spider silk battery, the thinnest in the world

How thin battery do you think is possible to be realized?

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Liquid fuel to store electricity produced by solar panels

A new method of converting carbon dioxide into liquid fuel isobutanol using electricity produced by solar panels was developed by researchers at the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science.

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Printed-plastic solar panel project kicks off

Transforming how and where we harvest power is essential for meeting the objectives set out in the Europe 2020 strategy.

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Environmentally-friendly houses use 80 per cent less energy

Clever, inexpensive design can cut the energy used in new homes by up to 80 per cent, says a Queensland University of Technology (QUT) researcher.

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