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World's Largest Solar Thermal Power Project at Ivanpah Achieves Commercial Operation

NRG Energy announced that the Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System is now operational and delivering solar electricity to California customers.


NTU Scientists Make Breakthrough Solar Technology

In the near future, solar panels will not only be more efficient but also a lot cheaper and affordable for everyone, thanks to research by Nanyang Technological University (NTU) scientists.


Wireless Devices Go Battery-Free Using "Ambient Backscatter" from TV and Cellular Transmissions

We might be one step closer to an Internet-of-things reality.


Harvesting Electricity from the Greenhouse Gas Carbon Dioxide

A new method for producing electricity from carbon dioxide could be the start of a classic trash-to-treasure story for the troublesome greenhouse gas, scientists are reporting.


Maine Project Launches First Grid-Connected Offshore Wind Turbine in the U.S.

The Energy Department today recognized the nation's first grid-connected offshore floating wind turbine prototype off the coast of Castine, Maine.


University Researcher Making Rechargeable Batteries with Layered Nanomaterials

A Kansas State University researcher is developing more efficient ways to save costs, time and energy when creating nanomaterials and lithium-ion batteries.


Vestas 8 MW Offshore Wind Turbine Could Power Up To 3200 Homes

Vestas increased the size of their latest wind turbine in order to bump up the capacity from 7 MW to 8 MW.


Urban Green Energy and GE Unveil the Sanya Skypump, an Electric-Vehicle Charging Station Equipped with Wind and Solar Power

Urban Green Energy (UGE) and GE announced today the introduction of the Sanya Skypump, an Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station that will bring together the technology of GE's WattStation and UGE's Sanya hybrid wind/solar streetlamp.



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