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Physicists toiling away at the University of Miami have some across a way to store energy that's just amazing - a spin battery, "charged" by applying a large magnetic field to nano-magnets in a device...
Potential COMPETE Coalition losers need to be aware of the need for a revolutionary regulatory change to enable highly competitive power markets. As the Digital Era advances, the difference value capture among winners and loser...
Posted as The Necessary Revolution on Can Technology Save the Economy? in M.I.T.'s Technology Review (needs subscription, but it is free) . Also submited to the consideration of the owner of the IEEE Spectrum’s Energy Wise...
Trust the Canadians to go and do it, build 52 homes that put true smart community energy into practice. This project was made possible by integrating energy efficient technologies with renewable energy sources like the...
Wind for Schools Program offers wind energy education by Hallie Woods In a small agricultural town tucked between the mountains and the Snake River Canyon, residents of Jerome, Idaho are breeding some of the next...
By Matthew Knight LONDON, England (CNN) -- Researchers have developed a new anti-reflective coating that boosts the efficiency of solar panels and allows sunlight to be absorbed from almost any angle. Scientists from the Future...
By Amy Sims Published: November 13, 2008 Aviation has long been public enemy number one in the fight against climate change, and it's a title the industry has showed few signs of being able to...
Written by Ariel Schwartz Published on November 11th, 2008 When we last wrote about 1 Block Off the Grid’s(1BOG) community solar initiative in San Francisco, many of you wondered why similar programs don’t exist across...
This item was originally published at cleantech.com and has been edited. Fremont, Calif.-based Solyndra unveiled today its entry in the copper-indium-gallium-selenium (CIGS) solar race—long cylinders coated in thin-film material inside glass tubes, which line up...
Written by Ariel Schwartz The promise of commercial algae fuel is getting closer to reality with GreenFuel Technologies’ announcement today of a $92 million deal to build algae greenhouses. The project will capture CO2 emissions...

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