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Friday, December 03, 2010 | Energy | 0 comments
Iowa State, Ames Lab researchers fabricate more efficient polymer solar cells
Researchers from Iowa State University and the Ames Laboratory have developed a process capable of producing a thin and uniform light-absorbing layer on textured substrates that improves the efficiency of polymer solar cells by increasing light absorption.

Friday, December 03, 2010 | Energy | 0 comments
New £4.4 million solar energy project will be led by Glyndŵr University
A £4.4 million solar energy project led by Glyndŵr University could create more than 50 new jobs and provide a significant breakthrough in bringing affordable renewable energy to thousands of homes.

Wednesday, December 01, 2010 | Energy | 0 comments
Berkeley Lab Scientists Receive Time on Nation’s Fastest Computer to Advance Research in Cleaner, Renewable Energy Technologies
Scientists at the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) have been awarded massive allocations on the nation’s most powerful supercomputer to advance innovative research in improving the combustion of hydrogen fuels and increasing the efficiency of nanoscale solar cells.

Wednesday, December 01, 2010 | Energy | 0 comments
Time ripe to move energy storage idea off drawing board
$2.25 million stimulus grant from the U.S. Dept. of Energy's Advanced Research Projects Agency to make a capacitor ready for market within three years.

Sunday, November 28, 2010 | Energy | 0 comments
Technology uses auto exhaust heat to create electricity, boost mileage
Researchers are creating a system that harvests heat from an engine's exhaust to generate electricity, reducing a car's fuel consumption.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010 | Energy | 0 comments
Solar3D Submits Patent Application for Breakthrough 3-Dimensional Solar Cell
Company’s Re-Engineered Solar Cell Aims to Achieve High Efficiency Silicon at the Low Cost of Thin Film

Monday, November 22, 2010 | Energy | 0 comments
Risø DTU is going to put new test method for solar cells into production
Risø DTU is going to put a newly developed test platform for polymer solar cells into production. The test platform will be transformed from a prototype into production ready 0-Series in collaboration with the Zealandic company 'LS Control'.

Wednesday, November 17, 2010 | Energy | 0 comments
Methane-powered laptops may be closer than you think
SEAS materials scientists unveil tiny, low-temperature methane fuel cells

Tuesday, November 16, 2010 | Energy | 0 comments
Molecular "stencils" open up new possibilities for solar energy
Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory have begun to use molecular “stencils” to pave the way to new materials that could potentially find their way into future generations of solar cells, catalysts and photonic crystals.

Tuesday, November 16, 2010 | Energy | 0 comments
A New Twist for Nanopillar Light Collectors
High costs have been a major deterrant to the large-scale applications of silicon-based solar cells. Nanopillars – densely packed nanoscale arrays of optically active semiconductors – have shown potential for providing a next generation of relatively cheap and scalable solar cells, but have been hampered by efficiency issues.

Monday, November 15, 2010 | Energy | 0 comments
URI researchers aim to harvest solar energy from pavement to melt ice, power streetlights, heat buildings
A team of engineering researchers from the University of Rhode Island is examining methods of harvesting that solar energy to melt ice, power streetlights, illuminate signs, heat buildings and potentially use it for many other purposes.

Thursday, November 11, 2010 | Energy | 0 comments
New forms of highly efficient, flexible nanogenerator technology
The KAIST and GIT team developed a power generation technology using bendable thin film nano-materials.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010 | Energy | 0 comments
mPhase Successfully Assembles First Functional Multi-Cell Smart NanoBattery
This was achieved by bonding an electrolyte reservoir to mPhase's patented, porous, silicon based smart surface.

Monday, November 08, 2010 | Energy | 0 comments
Energy Harvesting: Nanogenerators Grow Strong Enough to Power Small Conventional Electronic Devices
Blinking numbers on a liquid-crystal display (LCD) often indicate that a device’s clock needs resetting. But in the laboratory of Zhong Lin Wang at Georgia Tech, the blinking number on a small LCD signals the success of a five-year effort to power conventional electronic devices with nanoscale generators that harvest mechanical energy from the environment using an array of tiny nanowires.

Tuesday, November 02, 2010 | Energy | 0 comments
Conductor paths for marvelous light
Organic light-emitting diodes are seen as the basis for a new generation of lamps: Large-area lamps that can be randomly shaped and fl exibly integrated into interior design. But the “illuminated glass” is still very expensive. Researchers want to optimize the lamps of the future and reduce the price by a new manufacturing process.

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