The catalyst developed effectively drives the process of combining CO2 with hydrogen to produce methane and water.
Stanford University scientists developed a system that wirelessly delivers electricity to a nearby moving object.
A cleaning robot developed by Norwegian researchers enables solar panels to deliver at full capacity.
Osaka University researchers create new material based on gold and black phosphorus to produce clean hydrogen fuel using the full spectrum of sunlight.
New University of Huddersfield, UK technology will enable properties to share solar energy and will mean low energy bills for consumers.
RMIT researchers have developed a solar paint that can absorb water vapor and split it to get generate Hydrogen – the cleanest source of energy.
In the ongoing effort to improve solar cell energy conversion efficiencies, researchers material defects that can undermine the conversion process.
A Concordia study reveals that green incentives could actually be increasing Canada’s CO2 emissions.