Engineers have developed a thin film technology that could use heat waste from everyday objects as energy.
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Using salt water as energy, this lantern offers a cost-effective and sustainable lighting alternative for rural communities.
A naturally occurring bacteria turns cellulose into a petrol substitute that gas-powered cars can use without requiring any modification.
A sustainable electrified road offers a new solution for transport, charging vehicles as they are driven
A newly-developed fabric can be used to continuously power electrical components by weaving a piezoelectric yarn.
The solar-powered platform provides affordable energy and connectivity in emergency situations and for daily activities.
Using a new method, researchers have developed low-cost, ultra-thin infrared film that can be converted into images visible to the human eye.
A new company is using piezoelectric fabric to generate electricity from the wind in train tunnels.
Scientists have developed a new method to filter out salt and metal ions from water by mirroring the ion selectivity of cell membranes in their own membranes.
A new hotel located next to a glacier will be entirely energy self-sufficient and also produce a surplus amount of energy that will be shared with the grid.
High power aqueous energy storing device can be charged in less than 30 seconds from a low power source such as USB or photovoltaic cell.
A startup has developed a non-toxic, paper-based battery that has no ecological impact
UK-based company can transform disused mines into renewable energy hubs.
New rechargeable underwater vehicles can complete weather-dependent tasks that are often hazardous for employees.
New Belgian energy company uses a simple turbine construction to create round-the-clock water-powered electricity for remote communities without harming the environment.
Using a phase change polymer, researchers have developed a thermal battery that helps solve the age-old problem of how to store heat from the sun.
A solar plant under construction in Australia uses molten salt to both collect and store energy for electricity generation
A new street lamp uses an anaerobic digester powered by dog excrement to light a residential area in the UK.
A new cruise ship is designed to be one of the world’s greenest and most sustainable modes of transportation.
The textile-based biobattery opens new opportunities for the wearable electronics of the future.
A new lamp designed by Dutch company uses the photosynthetic process to derive power from living plants.
A power plant in Sweden is converting to burning trash – including unusable clothing from retailer H&M.