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Trump's victory creates uncertainty for wind and solar power
PHYS.ORG President Donald Trump has disputed climate change, pledged a revival of coal and disparaged wind power, and his nominee to head the Energy Department was once highly skeptical of the... 16 hours
Navy: Wind farm opposed by GOP lawmakers won't harm radar
PHYS.ORG The Pentagon says it disagrees with Republicans in North Carolina who claim a $400 million clean energy project slated to power data centers for Amazon.com Inc. poses a... 3 days
To each driver the appropriate vehicle
SCIENCE DAILY Bringing mobility into Germany’s transition to a new energy economy is a complex undertaking. While carmakers are developing more economical combustion engines and alternative drive systems, research establishments and companies are working on making more efficient... 4 days
Decoded microbial metabolism explains biofuel yield
PHYS.ORG To unravel how intricate waste biomass converts to biofuels, a Cornell professor studied the bacterium Clostridium acetobutylicum to decipher its metabolism. Understanding the bacterium's sugar-processing complexities may lead to improved biofuel yields. 5 days
Firms push hydrogen as top green energy source
PHYS.ORG Over a dozen leading European and Asian firms have teamed up to promote the use of hydrogen as a clean fuel and cut the production of harmful gasses that lead to global... 5 days
Largest Populus SNP dataset holds promise for biofuels, materials, metabolites
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have released the largest-ever single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) dataset of genetic variations in poplar trees, information useful to plant scientists as well as researchers in the fields... 5 days
Largest Populus SNP dataset holds promise for biofuels, materials, metabolites
PHYS.ORG Researchers at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) have released the largest-ever single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) dataset of genetic variations in poplar trees, information useful... 6 days
Solar power plan set to bring fresh water to out-of-reach villages
PHYS.ORG A solar-powered purification system could provide remote parts of India with clean drinking water for the first time. 6 days
A new twist on fusion power could help bring limitless clean energy
PHYS.ORG VIDEO In a world struggling to kick its addiction to fossil fuels and feed its growing appetite for energy, there's one technology in development that... 6 days
Not enough investment in renewables: IRENA
PHYS.ORG Money invested in renewable energy is not enough to reach a climate goal of limiting global warming to 2.0 degrees Celsius, an Abu Dhabi-based green energy organisation said Sunday. 1 week
Biofuel matchmaker: Finding the perfect algae for renewable energy
SCIENCE DAILY A new streamlined process could quickly pare down heaps of algae species into just a few that hold the most promise for making biofuel, say researchers. 1 week
Astronauts upgrade station power system in six-hour spacewalk
REUTERS CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (Reuters) - Two astronauts floated outside the International Space Station on Friday for a six-hour spacewalk to... 1 week
Researchers achieve major breakthrough in flexible electronics
SCIENCE DAILY Semiconductors, which are the very basic components of electronic devices, have improved our lives in many ways. They can be found in lighting, displays, solar modules and microprocessors that are installed in almost all... 1 week
biofuel matchmaker finding the perfect algae for renewable energy Biofuel matchmaker: Finding the perfect algae for renewable energy
PHYS.ORG VIDEO A dozen glass cylinders containing a potential payload of bright green algae are exposed to hundreds of multi-colored lights, which provide all of sunlight's natural hues. The tiny LEDs brighten... 1 week
Researchers achieve major breakthrough in flexible electronics
PHYS.ORG Semiconductors, which are the very basic components of electronic devices, have improved our lives in many ways. They can be found in lighting, displays, solar modules and microprocessors that are installed in almost all... 1 week
Astronauts begin spacewalk to upgrade station power system
REUTERS CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (Reuters) - Two astronauts floated outside the International Space Station on Friday for a 6-1/2-hour spacewalk to... 1 week
China develops world's brightest VUV free electron laser research facility
PHYS.ORG A team of Chinese scientists announced on January 13 that they have developed a new bright vacuum ultraviolet FEL light source called the Dalian Coherent Light Source (DCLS),... 1 week
[Policy Forum] The irreversible momentum of clean energy
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[Editorial] Global clean energy in 2017
Science Magazine During the November 2016 Climate Change Conference in Marrakesh, much talk centered on implementation of the political commitments made in Paris in 2015. Governments are now focused on putting their words into action as they prepare... 2 weeks
[Review] Combining theory and experiment in electrocatalysis: Insights into materials design
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As they go electric, auto giants vie for tiny US prize
PHYS.ORG The auto industry's push into electric vehicles is turning an important corner in 2017 with the arrival of longer-range, battery-powered cars at more accesible prices. 2 weeks
Team directly measures how perovskite solar films efficiently convert light to power
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Zero-emission boat prepares for round-the-world odyssey
PHYS.ORG The first self-sufficient boat powered only by emission-free energy will start a six-year trip around the world in the spring. 2 weeks
Storing thermal solar energy from summer to winter
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New technology will cut plug-in hybrid fuel consumption by one third
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Dual-purpose biofuel crops could extend production, increase profits
SCIENCE DAILY Dual-purpose biofuel crops could extend production by two months, decreasing the cost of each gallon of fuel and increasing profits by as much as 30 percent. 2 weeks
New technology will cut plug-in hybrid fuel consumption by one third
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Dual-purpose biofuel crops could extend production, increase profits
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Dutch trains now all powered by wind energy
PHYS.ORG All Dutch trains are now 100 percent powered by electricity generated by wind energy, the national railway company NS said Tuesday, calling it a world first. 2 weeks
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Obama Calls Clean Energy Progress 'Irreversible'
LIVE SCIENCE President Barack Obama described clean energy as not only sustainable, but also as an "irreversible" trend that benefits economic growth. 2 weeks
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Obama presses Trump not to back away from clean energy
PHYS.ORG President Barack Obama cast the adoption of clean energy in the U.S. as "irreversible," putting pressure Monday on President-elect Donald Trump not to back away from a core... 2 weeks
Species diversity reduces chances of crop failure in algal biofuel systems
SCIENCE DAILY When growing algae in outdoor ponds as a next-generation biofuel, a naturally diverse mix of species will help reduce the chance of crop failure, according to... 2 weeks
Species diversity reduces chances of crop failure in algal biofuel systems
PHYS.ORG When growing algae in outdoor ponds as a next-generation biofuel, a naturally diverse mix of species will help reduce the chance of crop failure, according to... 2 weeks
China takes global lead in clean energy
PHYS.ORG China's overseas investment in renewable energy projects jumped last year by 60 percent to a record $32 billion (30 billion euros), marking its leadership in the global market for clean energy, a report said... 2 weeks
Hubble Provides Interstellar Road Map for Voyagers’ Galactic Trek
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Open-source plant database confirms top US bioenergy crop
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NASA study finds solar storms could spark soils at moon's poles
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Off-grid power in remote areas will require special business model to succeed
SCIENCE DAILY Low-cost, off-grid solar energy could provide significant economic benefit to people living in some remote areas, but a new study suggests they generally lack... 2 weeks
Supercomputer simulations helping to improve wind predictions
PHYS.ORG A research team led by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is performing simulations at the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility (ALCF), a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science User Facility, to... 2 weeks
Off-grid power in remote areas will require special business model to succeed
PHYS.ORG Low-cost, off-grid solar energy could provide significant economic benefit to people living in some remote areas, but a new study suggests they generally lack... 2 weeks
Open-source plant database confirms top US bioenergy crop
PHYS.ORG Scientists have confirmed that Miscanthus, long speculated to be the top biofuel producer, yields more than twice as much as switchgrass in the U.S. using an open-source bioenergy crop database gaining traction... 2 weeks
Tesla starts mass production of batteries
PHYS.ORG Tesla Motors announced Wednesday that it has begun mass production of energy-saving batteries that it vows will take electric cars mainstream. 3 weeks
Potential biofuel crops in Hawaii may successfully sequester carbon in soil
PHYS.ORG Two potential biofuel crops in Hawaii—sugarcane and napiergrass—may sequester more carbon in soil than is lost to the atmosphere, according to a study published January 4,... 3 weeks
Chrysler's new tech-rich concept car aims young
PHYS.ORG Fiat-Chrysler on Tuesday unveiled a concept car designed for Millennials: an electric-powered minivan with modular components that can be adapted for autonomous driving. 3 weeks
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NEWS MEDICAL The notion of using solar cells placed under the skin to continuously recharge implanted electronic medical devices is a viable one. 3 weeks
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SCIENCE DAILY Using solar cells placed under the skin to continuously recharge implanted electronic medical devices is a viable one. Swiss researchers have done the math, and found that a 3.6 square centimeter solar cell is all that... 3 weeks
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