Researchers have incorporated phosphorene nanoribbons into new types of solar cells, dramatically improving their efficiency.
Perovskites are the great hope for further increasing the efficiency of solar modules in the future.
An analysis of pledges made by many of the largest U.S. electric utilities to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions suggests that pledged reductions could reduce power sector emissions by a third as compared to 2018 levels.
Scientists have developed an all-season smart-roof coating that keeps homes warm during the winter and cool during the summer without consuming natural gas or electricity.
Wind was Spain’s leading source of electricity in 2021, El País reported.
Millions of people around the world lack access to electricity.
UBC researchers have created what could be the first battery that is both flexible and washable.
For some, visions of a future powered by clean, renewable energy are clouded by fears of blackouts driven by intermittent electricity supplies.
Say you want to build a wind farm. You find a nice empty knoll in northern Vermont, where the breeze blows steadily and the neighbors don’t complain about sullied views.
While Georgia Tech is not yet operating a CHP system, it is currently examining options for lessening the campus’s energy footprint.
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