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A one-person aircraft powered by lithium polymer batteries is designed to be flown over water and non-congested areas.
A startup has created an energy re-routing plug to give hospitals in developing countries access to critical devices during power outages.
Researchers are developing quantum algorithms for startups aiming to harness quantum computing power.
New ultra-thin, flexible displays produce color and images by reflecting natural light.
New Belgian energy company uses a simple turbine construction to create round-the-clock water-powered electricity for remote communities without harming the environment.
A new street lamp uses an anaerobic digester powered by dog excrement to light a residential area in the UK.
An Australian derelict heritage train has been restored to become the world’s first truly solar train.
An Australian energy company has partnered with a university research center to develop a revolutionary power plant that offers unlimited energy on demand.
An Australian company has created a new wave machine that promises improved performance and cost effectiveness for harvesting the power of the sea
An electric bus route in Tel Aviv that uses wireless charging technology built into roads.
SolarGaps blinds are a green energy solution for renters and those looking for a solar panel alternative.
Researchers at the University of Antwerp compare the handheld device’s green ability to that of solar panels.
Iceland is experimenting with a well drilled almost three miles down into the Earth that captures volcanic heat for a new supply of more sustainable energy.
The Qmod Energy Kit teaches children about everyday sources of power and includes a card game and tips for running experiments, including coding.
A University of California Riverside team developed a method that recycles waste glass into nanoscale batteries that are more efficient than ones currently used.
Designed for oceanographers, the Waterlily Micro Turbine uses wind, water or manual power to charge any device using a USB port.
A power plant that will allow wind turbines to generate energy even on windless days.
Estonian design company Kodasema’s square KODA home is assembled in seven hours and includes LED lights, solar panels and smart fixtures.