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Oct 14, 2020

This New Hyundai Car Runs On The Poop Of California Residents, And The Fuel Is Free

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With hydrogen supplied by Orange County’s sewage treatment plant and paid for by the car manufacturer, a new fuel cell vehicle is actually hitting the market in Los Angeles.

Oct 14, 2020

Amazing Waterotor Energy Technologies — Hydroelectric power Productions

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Oct 14, 2020

Energy recycling heats up

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Circa 2016


Scientists have developed a novel system that recovers energy normally lost in industrial processes.

Each year, energy that equates to billions of barrels of oil is wasted as heat lost from machines and industrial processes. Recovering this energy could reduce energy costs. Scientists from Australia and Malaysia have developed a novel system that is designed to maximize such recovery.

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Oct 14, 2020

This giant tower is an enormous battery for renewable energy

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Power tower.

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Oct 13, 2020

Mercedes-Benz eCitaro Uses All-Solid-State Batteries From BlueSolutions

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Mercedes-Benz used the LMP all-solid-state batteries on the eCitaro, but it is not like it used to be, according to BlueSolutions. Check their evolution.

Oct 13, 2020

Stable Higgs mode in anisotropic quantum magnets

Posted by in categories: energy, quantum physics

The Higgs mode associated with the amplitude fluctuation of an order parameter can decay into other low-energy bosonic modes, which renders the Higgs mode usually unstable in condensed matter systems. Here, the authors propose a mechanism to stabilize the Higgs mode in anisotropic quantum magnets. They show that magnetic anisotropy gaps out the Goldstone magnon mode and stabilizes the Higgs mode near a quantum critical point. The results are supported by three independent approaches: a bond-operator method, field theory, and quantum Monte Carlo simulation with analytic continuation.

Oct 13, 2020

This Wind-Powered Super Sailboat Will Carry 7,000 Cars Across the Atlantic

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The cargo ship of the future is coming.


A wind-powered super sailboat could change how we ship cargo, reducing energy-related carbon emissions in a method still used by 90 percent of manufactured goods. The Wallenius Marine OceanBird can carry 7,000 cars at a time and is powered totally by wind.

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Oct 11, 2020

Prototype gravity-based energy storage system begins construction

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As renewable energy generation grows, so does the need for new storage methods that can be used at times when the Sun isn’t shining or the wind isn’t blowing. A Scottish company called Gravitricity has now broken ground on a demonstrator facility for a creative new system that stores energy in the form of “gravity” by lifting and dropping huge weights.

If you coil a spring, you’re loading it with potential energy, which is released when you let it go. Gravitricity works on the same basic principle, except in this case the springs are 500- to 5,000-tonne weights. When held aloft by powerful cables and winches, these weights store large amounts of potential energy. When that energy is needed, they can be lowered down a mineshaft to spin the winch and feed electricity into the grid.

Gravitricity says that these units could have peak power outputs of between 1 and 20 MW, and function for up to 50 years with no loss of performance. Able to go from zero to full power in under a second, the system can quickly release its power payload in as little as 15 minutes or slow it down to last up to eight hours.

Oct 9, 2020

This Analyst Thinks Tesla Stock Is Headed to $578

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The electric-car maker could benefit from improving profitability on vehicle sales and huge growth in its nascent energy business.

Oct 9, 2020

Solid Power Is Delivering Its 1st Generation All-Solid-State Battery

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Solid Power started to deliver the first generation of its all-solid-state batteries to strategic partners. They are lighter and more powerful than NMC.

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