Solar Powered Sensor That Could Make Predictive Maintainance More Dependable

Canada based Nanoprecise, a predictive maintainance and condition monitoring firm that uses AI and IoT technology extensively for its work, has launched what it claims is the world’s first, Zone 0 compliant* light energy harvesting sensor, MachineDoctor™ LUX. Nanoprecise Announces World’s First Light Energy Harvesting Predictive Maintenance Sensor According to a company release, this state-of-the-art cellular sensor […]

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Battery Maker Exponent Claims Lowest Degradation After 3000 Quick Charging Cycles

Exponent Energy, an energy-tech startup that claims to have unlocked a 0 to 100% charge in 15 minutes for EVs, has announced the successful completion of 3000 cycle testing in collaboration with renowned German testing agency, TUV India (TUV Nord Group, Germany). The company says that the testing reports only 13% battery degradation even after […]

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Indian Firm Devises Furnace That Can Help To Produce Efficient Solar Cells 

A Bangalore-based company with expertise in producing thin film and vacuum technology now claims to have made a revamped furnace that can aid in reducing the price of solar PV module manufacturing in the country and make efficient solar cells.  The firm named Hind High Vacuum (HHV) has now made a “directional solidification (DSS) furnace.” […]

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Fluoride Electrolyte Innovation: Transforming Batteries for a Sustainable Future

In a significant development for the field of battery technology, scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory have made a groundbreaking discovery involving a fluoride electrolyte that could potentially protect next-generation batteries against performance decline. This innovation could have a transformative impact on the electric vehicle (EV) industry and other advanced battery […]

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MNRE, MoP Launch New Mission ‘MAHIR’ To Locally Develop New Energy Solutions

The Ministry of Power and the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) have jointly launched a National Mission to quickly identify emerging technologies in the power sector and develop them indigenously, at scale, for deployment within and outside India. The National Mission has been named ‘Mission on Advanced and High-Impact Research (MAHIR)’. It aims […]

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Starting at Rs 32k, AutoNxt Automation Introduces E-Tricycle for Specially Abled

To help those who lost their livelihoods due to the pandemic, Maharashtra-based technology-driven automotive firm AutoNxt Automation has designed and produced India’s first Smart Electric Tricycle called AzaadE for the specially-abled. Additionally, it has provided the business with cash flow for support at a time when many of them came to a standstill. It has […]

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IIT Mandi Recycles Polymers with Microwaves, Makes Wind Turbine Blades

To quickly and sustainably produce wind turbine blades, researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology, Mandi, have employed microwaves to recycle polymer composites. Compared to the alternatives now in use, such as landfills and thermal-based recycling, the institute said that this method is quick and sustainable. The Journal of Resources, Conservation and Recycling has published […]

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