The roofs of the Rho fair will host the world's largest photovoltaic plant
Eesha Khare, 18, from California, has designed a high-density capacitor that can recharge a smartphone in 20-30 seconds.
The photovoltaic roof of the Blackfriars railway bridge on the Thames in London was inaugurated. It will provide half the energy needs of the underlying station.
Could a tornado save us from the energy emergency? Yes, if it is artificial! A Canadian engineer built a "vortex generator" to produce electricity.
& Egrave; was turned in Morocco Noor1, the first lot of the pi & ugrave; great solar plant in the world: objective of the Government of Rabat & egrave; that of bringing the country to an energy independeza ... green.
The recent invention of a team of Saudi researchers uses the heat generated by photovoltaics to purify water. A winning combination that could improve the lives of nearly a billion people.
The first device capable of transforming the electromagnetic energy of Wi-Fi signals into electricity is developed at MIT.
In Japan, various car manufacturers try to use electric cars as emergency shelters and as sources of energy in case of natural disasters.
Las Vegas: experimentation with photovoltaic panels and pedestrian sensors to illuminate streets and squares.
The world's first machine to run on a biofuel made from whiskey production residues has successfully completed its first test drive
From Canada an economic and reproducible technique on an industrial scale to exploit the capacity; of bacteria to derive energy from light: & egrave; effective even in low-light environments, and uses a process similar to photosynthesis.
From droppings to solar winds, to commuter sweats: some unusual sources of energy that could make it even better; sustainable the energy future of the planet.
In Canada we try to produce sustainable fuels starting from CO2 in the atmosphere: will we have zero-impact gasoline?
How many hours does a power plant work? How do you measure the energy and power of our power plants? What is the usage factor?
The last mega project in terms of renewables has seen the rise of 166 thousand panels in an abandoned extraction site turned into an artificial lake.
Japan plans to install a large photovoltaic system in the space that will produce electricity and transmit it on Earth without wires.
C ' & egrave; for really a simple and cheap method to convert carbon dioxide into hydrocarbons, natural gas into oil and water into oxygen and hydrogen? & nbsp;
Discovering Pavigen, the intelligent floor that produces electricity when it is stepped on.
A team of American researchers has developed a bacterium capable of transforming CO2 into green fuel. The road looks promising, but it is still very long.
Thanks to heavy rainfall and considerable natural resources, the country fed the electricity grid for 75 days only with renewable sources. A record that is difficult to imitate.
Developed an economic system to conserve the surplus energy of large wind power plants in the form of compressed air: it will allow better exploitation of wind technologies.
The works for a photovoltaic plant a hundred meters from the & quot; sarcophagus & quot; that covers the exploded reactor are almost finished: & egrave; a drop in the sea in a contaminated territory forever, but however a way to give it a destination.
The researchers of the University & agrave; from Harvard have developed an artificial leaf that transforms sunlight into fuel thanks to a complex system that simulates photosynthesis and uses a genetically modified bacterium.
MIT researchers have developed a low environmental impact battery using carbon dioxide produced by industrial combustion processes. & Nbsp;
A new family of bacteria transform wet waste into ready-to-use liquid fuel, thanks to the Endurance Bioenergy Reactor reactor.
Fukushima or not, nuclear energy in the world grows.
Unlike gas and oil, the geographical distribution of uranium is rather complex.
Com ' a 150 meter high wind tower is made with blades 65 meters long each.
According to a recent study, the global electricity demand could be met by wind energy.
Electricity: we make it from oil and coal, from the Sun, from the heat of the Earth and from the atom. Here is the energy balance of the electricity & agrave; of 2015, including CO2.
Plutonium is a very rare fissile element on Earth: for the most part it is synthetic and comes from research or military reactors.
Approximately 95% of uranium is recovered from the reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel: this is the recovery uranium
In Italy, the law identifies three categories of nuclear waste.
Good news on the wind energy front: in 2014, the European Union took from the wind 39% of its electricity needs;
The tycoon invests 2 billion dollars and presents a vademecum in three points on how men and nations should behave to face the inevitable consequences of climate change.
Experiments started last year are giving results that bode well for the use of nuclear fusion energy.
Throughout the world, during the past year new green electricity plants have contributed about half of the energy produced. And this even if government incentives have decreased.
The Chinese government is building a 25-square-kilometer facility in the Gobi desert to power one million homes.
Energies & ldquo; Human & rdquo; enatural in comparison.
L ' electricity is a secondary energy: until we are able to capture and directly use that of lightning we will have to produce it by burning fuels or using water, sun, wind ...
Renewable energies: is it possible for a company whose development is compatible with the protection of energy resources and respect for the territory? A "live" debate, also on Focus.it.
TEPCO's work continues to remove the spent fuel rods from the reactors at the damaged plant. But for the necessary accuracy and the very high level of radiation it will take many decades to clean up the plant.
A spore colony generates mechanical energy and electricity enough to light a bulb and start a little car. It happens at Columbia University.
The London Underground experiments with an innovative regenerative braking system capable of recovering the energy dissipated by the braking trains to convert it into electrical current. And it works.
It was a sailboat now & egrave; become the first hydrogen boat to try & agrave; to go around the world and to demonstrate that renewable energy can go anywhere.
After a long apprenticeship in the laboratory, the device that imitates the photosynthesis of plants could land in the real world, and with a good energy efficiency.
China and India have reduced the use of coal: a step forward to mitigate the effects of climate change, but it is still not enough.
The flower institute at the heart of the research received a super loan to build the superconducting magnets; powerful never created. The objective: to feed the cities; with the same energetic process that keeps the stars on.
An important step forward in nuclear fusion technologies: for the first time a positive energy balance, even if partial, is obtained in a fusion test.
A team of British researchers has created a bio-battery that transforms urine into electricity. Is not serious; the first prototype of the genre but the English one & egrave; the pi & ugrave; complete and efficient so far built. And - theoretically - suitable for being produced industrially.
The umpteenth slippage and new financing: at this point ITER, the magnetic confinement reactor for nuclear fusion, will be perhaps lit in 2025.
With Project Sunroof Google recommends which are the best areas of the city; to install the photovoltaic panels on the roofs and calculate the savings on the bill.
Most of the hydrogen produced in the world derives from industrial chemical reforming processes or is obtained as a by-product of petroleum refining and processing of indu
The American multinational continues to develop its nuclear fusion reactor
Restored to make them last over time, they are available on the Internet. Still today, they offer information on the consequences of dramatic nuclear explosions.
The two countries claim to have solved the problems of methane extraction from the clathrates of the ocean floor, without however provide details on the technologies.
Heated by light, a small origami made of graphene layers contracts and comes to life. The discovery could lead to important energy applications.
The US Administration has granted to the companies & agrave; oil permission to do research in the Ocean using the air bomb method.
A team of US and Swiss researchers has developed a solar system that can transform solar energy, water and CO2 into "fuel", just like plants do.
With the increase in temperatures the demand for electrical energy destined to air conditioning will increase
The solar thermal power plant is about to start up; great in the world, which satisfies; the energy needs of about one million people.
While the super accelerator is & quot; hibernate & quot; for winter rest, CERN scientists plan the next research phases as well as some important upgrades.
Oil is not running out: a recent American study states. But are we sure it's good news?
From the report of Bloomberg New Energy Finance: in 2016 global investments in renewable energy have been reduced. I am for & ograve; increased large plants, a sign that these technologies are more important; competitive.
The Dutch Energy Train project envisions a very fast underground maglev to be used for current storage: it would be able to convert kinetic energy into electrical energy.
A new standard recently launched in California makes it mandatory to install solar panels on all new construction houses: the figures show that it is convenient for the environment and also for the wallet.
With 750 megawatts installed superer & agrave; almost double the American one. The Indian subcontinent relies heavily on renewables, also to offer energy to countries that are struggling to obtain it.
Orders for the Solar Roof, the tiles with integrated solar panels, have been open since yesterday. Guarantee? For Elon Musk it is not a problem, they can survive the house and its inhabitants.
& Egrave; the first in a continent kissed by the Sun: at regime, produce; all the energy you need to work.
Total power of solar power plants installed worldwide, country by country.
The Japanese space agency has been working for years on an ambitious project for a photovoltaic power plant in orbit. Is not serious; madness and - indeed - the Japanese continue to make progress in developing the necessary technology. In the future solar energy could come from space: this is how.
A team of Stanford researchers has developed a low-cost hydrogen production system. It works, but we still don't know based on what principle.
From oil sands to dams built in Patagonia paradises, here are some of the most environmentally friendly energy plants built by man
Integrated wind and photovoltaic systems suspended 15,000 meters above the ground: this is the innovative idea of a British start-up.
On January 30th the Space Station astronauts observed an unusual black hole: North Korea almost completely in the dark.
The large battery factory that Elon Musk is building in the Nevada desert could change the future of the electric car and the very concept of renewable energy. & Nbsp;
& Egrave; a new material produced by the Japanese Ricoh, capable of producing electricity when it is pulled or made to vibrate.
Between low-quality coal and old plants, many power plants in the countries with more high rate of development should be closed immediately. But how would rich countries then have gadgets for everyone?
An international research team has invented a graphene-based chip that, in addition to generating light, paves the way for transparent displays and super-fast computers.
A new report sheds light on the mysterious peak of radioactivity recorded in Russia and most of Europe in late September, at levels not dangerous to health: it could be linked to poor management of spent nuclear fuel.
A team from the University of Cambridge studied the flight of the owl and created a wing profile capable of capturing more wind energy without generating noise.
Stanford University has created an accumulator that shuts off before it overheats and then returns to work as soon as the temperature returns to normal.
The authorities of the country have confirmed a peak of radioactivity on the Urals in late September. From what & egrave; been caused? As far as you go he pushed? And above all: & egrave; dangerous?
Its shovels move in the form of & quot; 8 & quot; horizontal that cuts the air with the same efficiency as the small bird. Cos & igrave; wind thrust is optimized.
Get clean energy & egrave; as easy as ... breathing? A process that imitates gas exchange in the pulmonary alveoli & egrave; served, in the laboratory, to efficiently separate hydrogen and oxygen, in a reaction that sustains itself.
A comfortable, self-sufficient home with a very low environmental impact is a possible dream, just apply the latest generation of eco housing technologies
MIT scientists have discovered how to turn CO2 emissions into fuel for cars and airplanes, or even into raw materials for the industry.
An international study reveals that a possible transition to electric mobility could bring great benefits in terms of temperature, carbon dioxide emissions and energy consumption.
A new process would allow electricity to be obtained directly from radioactive isotopes. Safer nuclear power?
& Egrave; the recipe proposed by a group of British researchers: they produced cells capable of converting light into electricity, using the molecules that make up the shell of crustaceans.
Like museums, even nuclear power plants have their weekend open: the Open Gate 2019 & egrave; an opportunity to see how the dismantling works (and reopen an old discourse).
A political dispute between Serbia and Kosovo has caused small current deviations in the shared electricity grid of the continent. With consequences on the accuracy of some digital watches.