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Tag: green energy
City University of Hong Kong researchers have developed an additive to improve the efficiency and...Read More
New findings pave the way for stable organic solar cells that may enable cheap and renewable...Read More
Researchers have developed a new ultra-high-density sulfonic acid polymer electrolyte membrane for...Read More
CSU chemists are proposing to make solar cells using not silicon, but an abundantly available...Read More
Scientists in South Korea have managed to develop simultaneous electricity generation alongside...Read More
A method of vastly amplifying the amount of energy harvested from impulsive vibrations,...Read More
A new microscope has allowed scientists from the US Department of Energy potentially discover an...Read More
The development of rechargeable zinc-air batteries can provide a clean, safe and green source of...Read More
The world’s largest energy storage battery has been connected to the grid in the Chinese city of...Read More
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Dr Maria-Cristina Ciocci
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