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Flexible Membrane from Wood Generates Energy from Body Heat

Scientists have made a flexible membrane from a wooden piece. This produces electrical energy same as that runs in a human body. Charged channel walls produce this energy, with specific properties of natural nanostructures of wood. University of Maryland, US conducted the research. Owing to the advancement in technology, scientists succeeded in producing voltage effectively using minute temperature difference. Trees have channels to circulate water to the leaves and the

Better Turbines to Produce Electricity from Hurricanes

Can you imagine a world where half of the required electricity is generated from the offshore wind farms? Now imagine a farm in a coastal area facing a powerful hurricane and its probable effects on farms? It requires planning to combat these situations. Thus, a professor of civil and environmental engineering at UMass Amherst, Sanjay R. Arwade, is developing a guard for these situations. The occurrence of this offshore wind

Scientists Develop a Sustainable Source of Energy Using Seawater

In light of recent technological developments and industrialization, there is a high demand for sustainable sources of energy. Splitting hydrogen and oxygen from water can serve as one such excellent source for sustainable energy. However, the conventional methods of water splitting are highly expensive and led to the depletion of precious energy sources. Stanford scientists have developed a new technique of producing hydrogen fuel using solar energy. Coating Anode with

New Wind Farms in Europe Received Funding of US$30 Billion Last Year

In 2018, the wind sector invested US$30.05 billion in new wind farms in Europe. WindEurope reported the news. It also reported that investment is similar to past few years. But, owing to price reduction, it will result in whopping 16.7 gigawatt (GW) in latest energy capacity. Now, the capital investment for 1 megawatt (MW) of latest onshore wind energy requires US$1.57 billion. In 2015, the required amount was US$2.0 billion.

Scientist Study Details about Interfacing in Perovskite Solar Cells

A merger led by ICIQ’s Palomares group will help get better analysis about effect of changing materials in perovskite solar cells. The collaboration deepens the performance analysis in this case. Energy and Environmental Science, a peer-reviewed journal, published the report. The report provides the structure of elements of solar cells, fueling their business appeal. Perovskite is a mineral consisting mainly of calcium titanate. It is yellow, black, and brown in