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Solar impulse an aircraft for the future

The Swiss sun powered aircraft called Solar Impulse is on its first attempt in an intercontinental flight, from Switzerland to Morocco, without a drop of fuel. The pilot Andre Borschbergthe flew 2500km due to high tech aircraft which is very light but fitted with 12,000 solar cells to feed the electric engines. The aircraft made […]

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Solar cell raises the bar for low-cost designs

Researchers have tapped a novel material to develop a low-cost, efficient, and environmentally friendly solar cell.

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Kuaray the stretchable solar panel as the most innovative solar charger

Stretchable solar panel is the key concept of Kuaray solar panel, designed by Ruben Freire.

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‘Green’ steel and solar cells win Australian innovation awards

Two UNSW-developed technologies have been recognised with Collaborative Innovation Awards at the Cooperative Research Centres Association conference in Adelaide this week.

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World’s first tidal farm off the coast of Scotland

An underwater turbine that is set to be used in Scotland’s first and only consented tidal power project has successfully completed an initial testing period in Orkney, and is providing electricity for homes and businesses on the island of Eday, one of Orkney’s northern isles.

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Bright future for solar power in space

Solar power gathered in space could be set to provide the renewable energy of the future thanks to innovative research being carried out by engineers at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.

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Solar Powered Mobile Phone – a Kenyan solution for poor people

Kenyans from rural areas with no access to electricity have got a super communication solution offer.

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The energy efficient soldier

Researchers at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory Electronics Science and Technology Division are working to help the U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) reduce expeditionary energy supply needs and risks and increase the effectiveness of forward deployed forces.

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Harnessing natural light, indoors

Using the most recent generation windows, architects and lighting designers can to control daylight, directing it where they want within a room. An EPFL laboratory has developed a simulation tool to make access to this technology more widely available.

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Volta solar charger suitable for outdoor adventurer

Volta Solar Charger is a useful tool designed to accompany the outdoor adventurers.

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