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Showcasing Emerging Green Innovations and Ideas for a Sustainable Future.

By: Andrew Sendy The history of solar power can be compared to the closing scene in the World War II movie force Ten from Navarone when ..read more

A new synthetic material will make solar energy a more cost-effective, efficient, and reliable source of power Clean energy is at a ..read more

By: Peter Kotecki A 13-year-old scientist from California has won $25,000 for inventing a solar-panel system that can determine where the ..read more

By: Terri Waters Spurred by record-low equipment costs and state-sponsored incentives, solar installation companies are flocking to ..read more

The University of Rhode Island and the towns of South Kingstown and Narragansett have created the South Kingstown Solar Consortium to ..read more

The novel molecule can function both as a photocatalyst to produce fuel and in solar cells to produce electricity, replacing the expensive ..read more

A major stride towards solar-powered urban areas. By: Danny Paez Traditional photovoltaic solar cells are getting relatively effective at ..read more

Wind turbines and solar panels appear able to boost nearby rains — and plant growth By: Alison Pearce Stevens Wind turbines and solar ..read more

You may see smaller, more effective turbines By: Jon Fingas   Wind power is limited in part by how expensive it can be to make each ..read more

By: Brian Wang NovaSolix’s carbon nanotube (CNT) antennas are small enough to match the nano-scale wavelengths of sunlight. Antennas can ..read more

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