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New Innovation from Germany: Graforce Produces Environmentally Friendly Fuel from Wastewater

Plasmalysis converts pollutants into energy and reduces emissions by up to 60 % The Berlin-based tech company Graforce has introduced a unique technology: Plasmalysis saves resources in its highly efficient generation of hydrogen from industrial waste water. Mixing in biogas produces hydrogen-enriched compressed natural gas (HCNG) – a cost-effective, environmentally friendly fuel for vehicles that […]

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Punjab Solar Energy Policy

1. OBJECTIVES Objective of the state solar policy include:- 1.1 Punjab has considerable potential in NRSE sector which is being harnessed. With a view to maximize the utilization of these resources; this policy aims to achieve the following objectives: To maximise and improve the share of new and renewable sources of energy to 10% of […]

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UK Commits $208 mn for Electric, Hybrid Vehicles

The fund is to be used for the research and development of electric and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles as well as battery technology in UK. Speaking at the Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Summit in Birmingham, PM Theresa May has granted a package of USD 208 million for the research and development of electric and hydrogen fuel […]

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Solar Power Efficiency May Evolve Tweaking Plant Machinery

The Solar power researchers were able to split oxygen and hydrogen from water using the method of photosynthesis. Academicians of University of Cambridge have developed a unique method of harnessing solar power by tweaking the plant’s machinery used for the process of photosynthesis. The researchers were able to split oxygen and hydrogen from water using […]

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ISRO Develops Green Propellant for Rocket Motors

The successful implementation of the propellant by ISRO will eliminate the emission of chlorinated exhaust products from rocket motors. Taking another step towards green propulsion system, Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has developed an eco-friendly solid propellant based on Glycidyl Azide Polymer (GAP) as fuel and Ammonium Di-Nitramide (ADN) as oxidizer at the laboratory level. […]

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Army to Tap Renewables to Supply Power to Jawans Deployed at High Altitudes

The idea is to shift from a conventional source of energy, which is expensive and unreliable due to its transportation and maintenance, to renewable energy. To enhance the living conditions of its personnel, the Indian army is looking for a durable supply of power in high altitudes where they are deployed. The idea is to […]

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French Guiana Region to Install World’s Largest Power Station with 140 MWh Renewable Energy Storage

Power plant will generate 100% renewable energy, delivering steady, competitively-priced electricity supply, 24/7 to over 10,000 households in French Guiana. HDF (Hydrogène de France) has announced the launch of a world first in the history of renewable energy with the creation of its CEOG project (French Western Guiana Power Plant). The project harnessed via HDF’s […]

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Imagining Application of Water to Store Renewable Power is a Step-Away! 

This revolutionary yet cheap technology can store Solar and Wind energy subsequently and then easily can be fed to the grid and later redistributed when the demand is high. Imagining water to store electricity can surely make your drink one more glass right-away as scientist have discovered a battery that is known to operate through […]

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World’s First Solar Fuels Reactor for Night Passes Test

International solar thermal energy researchers have successfully tested CONTISOL, a solar reactor that runs on air, able to make any solar fuel like hydrogen and to run day or night – because it uses concentrated solar power (CSP) which can include thermal energy storage. The promise of solar fuels is that we could have zero […]

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