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Off Grid Energy Independence
Jun 16, 2020
Australian Startup H2X to Manufacture Hydrogen Vehicles

Australian Startup H2X to Manufacture Hydrogen Vehicles

H2X is a recently established Australian Company developed to produce Hydrogen-Powered Hybrid vehicles, maximizing the benefits of battery electric, kinetic energy capture, and hydrogen to provide a clean transportation solution with maximum efficiency. H2X is focused on supporting the growth of renewable energy usage in Australia by initially offering products concentrating on vehicle fleets around renewable energy hubs.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Jun 17, 2020
Webinar - Energy Harvesting Microwatt-Gigawatt: New Directions

Webinar - Energy Harvesting Microwatt-Gigawatt: New Directions

Materials suppliers need to appraise opportunities at all power levels of energy harvesting. Those developing, making and using harvesters providing microwatts to GW need to see the big picture and how they can expand into it.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Jun 12, 2020
Upcoming Webinar on Electronics as Smart Materials

Upcoming Webinar on Electronics as Smart Materials

In this webinar IDTechEx Chairman, Dr Peter Harrop, describes a large new opportunity for added value materials suppliers. Electronics and electrics are moving from components-in-a-box to user "edit-able" composites, stretchable film and even paint.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Jun 18, 2020
Water Vapour in the Atmosphere a Prime Renewable Energy Source

Water Vapour in the Atmosphere a Prime Renewable Energy Source

The search for renewable energy sources, which include wind, solar, hydroelectric dams, geothermal, and biomass, has preoccupied scientists and policymakers alike, due to their enormous potential in the fight against climate change. A new study finds that water vapor in the atmosphere may serve as a potential renewable energy source in the future.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Jun 16, 2020
Transparent Graphene Electrodes for New Generation of Solar Cells

Transparent Graphene Electrodes for New Generation of Solar Cells

A new way of making large sheets of high-quality, atomically thin graphene could lead to ultra-lightweight, flexible solar cells, and to new classes of light-emitting devices and other thin-film electronics.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Jun 12, 2020
Russian Researchers Create Solar Powered Flying Boat

Russian Researchers Create Solar Powered Flying Boat

Engineers are working on inventing a wing-in-ground-effect vehicle supported by the an AI system. The 'flying boat' is capable of developing high speed and its power reserve is unlimited.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Jun 15, 2020
Nordics' Largest Battery Storage Unit

Nordics' Largest Battery Storage Unit

Neoen is announcing the construction in Finland of Yllikkälä Power Reserve One, a new 30 MW energy storage plant with a storage capacity of 30 MWh. The facility is set to play a key role in stabilizing the national electricity system managed by Fingrid.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Jun 11, 2020
Green Light for World's Largest Offshore Wind Project

Green Light for World's Largest Offshore Wind Project

With its installed capacity of 1,500 MW, the Hollandse Kust Zuid offshore wind farm will be the largest of its kind worldwide, when fully operational in 2023. It will have a renewable electricity output equivalent to the annual consumption of over two million Dutch households.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Shadow effect - new self-powered sensor and energy harvester

Shadow effect - new self-powered sensor and energy harvester

Of 13 primary forms of energy harvesting, five harvest movement with electrodynamics clear winner because it efficiently harvests the types of movement commonly encountered. Only two forms of energy harvesting use electromagnetic radiation.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Jun 8, 2020
Saildrone to Perform Annual Alaska Pollock Survey Amid Lockdown

Saildrone to Perform Annual Alaska Pollock Survey Amid Lockdown

With upcoming ship-based surveys in Alaska canceled due to the global health crisis, NOAA Fisheries has turned to Saildrone to collect data to support the sustainable management of America's largest fishery.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Jun 16, 2020
Australian Startup H2X to Manufacture Hydrogen Vehicles

Australian Startup H2X to Manufacture Hydrogen Vehicles

H2X is a recently established Australian Company developed to produce Hydrogen-Powered Hybrid vehicles, maximizing the benefits of battery electric, kinetic energy capture, and hydrogen to provide a clean transportation solution with maximum efficiency. H2X is focused on supporting the growth of renewable energy usage in Australia by initially offering products concentrating on vehicle fleets around renewable energy hubs.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Jun 12, 2020
Upcoming Webinar on Electronics as Smart Materials

Upcoming Webinar on Electronics as Smart Materials

In this webinar IDTechEx Chairman, Dr Peter Harrop, describes a large new opportunity for added value materials suppliers. Electronics and electrics are moving from components-in-a-box to user "edit-able" composites, stretchable film and even paint.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Jun 16, 2020
Transparent Graphene Electrodes for New Generation of Solar Cells

Transparent Graphene Electrodes for New Generation of Solar Cells

A new way of making large sheets of high-quality, atomically thin graphene could lead to ultra-lightweight, flexible solar cells, and to new classes of light-emitting devices and other thin-film electronics.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Jun 15, 2020
Nordics' Largest Battery Storage Unit

Nordics' Largest Battery Storage Unit

Neoen is announcing the construction in Finland of Yllikkälä Power Reserve One, a new 30 MW energy storage plant with a storage capacity of 30 MWh. The facility is set to play a key role in stabilizing the national electricity system managed by Fingrid.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Shadow effect - new self-powered sensor and energy harvester

Shadow effect - new self-powered sensor and energy harvester

Of 13 primary forms of energy harvesting, five harvest movement with electrodynamics clear winner because it efficiently harvests the types of movement commonly encountered. Only two forms of energy harvesting use electromagnetic radiation.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Jun 17, 2020
Webinar - Energy Harvesting Microwatt-Gigawatt: New Directions

Webinar - Energy Harvesting Microwatt-Gigawatt: New Directions

Materials suppliers need to appraise opportunities at all power levels of energy harvesting. Those developing, making and using harvesters providing microwatts to GW need to see the big picture and how they can expand into it.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Jun 18, 2020
Water Vapour in the Atmosphere a Prime Renewable Energy Source

Water Vapour in the Atmosphere a Prime Renewable Energy Source

The search for renewable energy sources, which include wind, solar, hydroelectric dams, geothermal, and biomass, has preoccupied scientists and policymakers alike, due to their enormous potential in the fight against climate change. A new study finds that water vapor in the atmosphere may serve as a potential renewable energy source in the future.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Jun 12, 2020
Russian Researchers Create Solar Powered Flying Boat

Russian Researchers Create Solar Powered Flying Boat

Engineers are working on inventing a wing-in-ground-effect vehicle supported by the an AI system. The 'flying boat' is capable of developing high speed and its power reserve is unlimited.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Jun 11, 2020
Green Light for World's Largest Offshore Wind Project

Green Light for World's Largest Offshore Wind Project

With its installed capacity of 1,500 MW, the Hollandse Kust Zuid offshore wind farm will be the largest of its kind worldwide, when fully operational in 2023. It will have a renewable electricity output equivalent to the annual consumption of over two million Dutch households.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Jun 8, 2020
Saildrone to Perform Annual Alaska Pollock Survey Amid Lockdown

Saildrone to Perform Annual Alaska Pollock Survey Amid Lockdown

With upcoming ship-based surveys in Alaska canceled due to the global health crisis, NOAA Fisheries has turned to Saildrone to collect data to support the sustainable management of America's largest fishery.