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Energy Innovation: “Artificial Leaf” Could Blow Up Fuel Cell Market energy storage solution

The idea of an “artificial leaf” sounds simple enough: Take a small, cheap, light-collecting device the size of a typical leaf, dunk it in a quart of water, and use solar energy to generate enough hydrogen gas for powering a small fuel cell. Scaled up, these solar-derived fuel cells would… clean energy innovation, Cleantech, Efficiency, Electricity, Hydrogen – Fuel Cells, National Institute of Standards and Technology, News, NIST, photo electro chemical (PEC), photoelectrochemical, photovoltaic cell, Solar Power, Storage, Water

Moniz Unanimously Confirmed As New DOE Chief Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA)

ew Hampshire, USA – Ernie Moniz has been unanimously confirmed by the U.S. Senate as the next Secretary of Energy, in a 97-0 vote (with three nonvoters). He succeeds Stephen Chu who held the position for four years.

Moniz’s nomination to head up the Department of Energy had… Bioenergy, energy efficiency, Energy Storage, Geothermal Energy, Hydrogen – Fuel Cells, Ocean Energy, Other, solar energy, Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), Solar Tech, wind power

Finland’s New Energy Solutions economic development powered by a single company’s success.

You may not know much about Finland, but you certainly know the powerhouse technology company that became a household name across the globe and drove the nation’s economic expansion through the 1990s-2000s. Nokia generated a quarter of Finnish economic growth from 1998-2007, prompting a new… Bioenergy, Finland’s New Energy Solutions, Hydrogen – Fuel Cells, Hydropower, solar energy

The Finnish Hydrogen Roadmap: Hydrogen to Join Electricity in Ending Traffic Pollution compiled by VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland

Global expectations for hydrogen are currently sky-high. Transport applications stand at the threshold of commercialisation, while ahead lies an investment boom in the hydrogen distribution network. The changeover to hydrogen based on natural gas would already mean a potential saving of billion… Bioenergy, carbon footprint, Ending Traffic Pollution, Energy Storage, Finnish hydrogen roadmap, Hydrogen – Fuel Cells, hydrogen distribution network, Other, renewable energy, Technology and Innovation (Tekes), VTT Technical Research Centre

Verizon to Invest $100 Million in U.S. Solar and Fuel Cells second-largest U.S. phone company

NEW YORK CITY – Verizon Communications Inc., the second-largest U.S. phone company, plans to spend $100 million on solar systems and fuel cells to power 19 U.S. facilities.

The company will install the gear at office buildings, call centers, data centers and other sites in seven states,… Hydrogen – Fuel Cells, solar energy, Solar Tech, U.S. phone company, Verizon Communications

Renewables Are “Bright Spot” in Bleak Low-carbon Outlook International Energy Agency (IEA) annual report on global progress towards

LONDON – Today in New Delhi the International Energy Agency (IEA) revealed the latest figures from its annual report on global progress towards a low-carbon future. The agency addressed its report to a meeting of the Clean Energy Ministerial, a group of ministers representing nations that… Bioenergy, concentrating solar power (CSP), energy efficiency, Energy Storage, Geothermal Energy, Green Power, Hydrogen – Fuel Cells, Hydropower, Ocean Energy, solar energy, Solar Tech, wind power

2030: A Future Roadmap for Renewables? European Commission Green Paper seeking views

A recent European Commission Green Paper seeking views on the development of intermediate renewable energy and climate targets for 2030 has prompted calls from the industry to adopt a three part approach, targeting renewable energy, energy efficiency and emissions reduction.
Formally… Bioenergy, climate targets, energy efficiency, Energy Storage, European Commission, Geothermal Energy, Green Paper, Green Power, Hydrogen – Fuel Cells, Hydropower, Ocean Energy, Other, renewable energy, solar energy, Solar Tech, views, wind power

elcomUkraine presenting 401 exhibitors from 17 countries April 23 – 26, 2013 at the KievExpoPlaza, Kiev, Ukraine,

Heidelberg, Germany (Heidelberg, Germany) elcomUkraine 2013 takes place from April 23 – 26, 2013 at the KievExpoPlaza, Kiev, Ukraine, on the background of steadily growing Ukrainian imports and exports of power and electro-technology, and an increase in demand for building and industrial… Bioenergy, China, EIA 2013, elcomUkraine 2013, energy efficiency, Energy Storage, France show, Geothermal Energy, Germany, Green Power, Hydrogen – Fuel Cells, Hydropower, Kiev, Kiev Expo Plaza, Ocean Energy, Other, solar energy, Solar Tech, Turkey, Ukraine, wind power

Breakthrough in Hydrogen Fuel Production Could Revolutionize Alternative Energy Market

A team of Virginia Tech researchers has discovered a way to extract large quantities of hydrogen from any plant, a breakthrough that has the potential to bring a low-cost, environmentally friendly fuel source to the world.

“Our new process could help end our dependence on fossil fuels,”…

The Limits of Renewable Energy: A Call for Research and Development losing the race against global warming

We’re losing the race against global warming. Worldwide coal production increased about eight times faster than solar- and wind-power generation last year. China added more new coal plants in 2011 than are running in Texas and Ohio, even as it leads the world in wind-power capacity….

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