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As the global aviation industry is looking for ways to minimize its greenhouse emissions, scientists in Switzerland have come up with a technology that uses air, sunlight and water to make jet fuel. With a high temperature solar reactor, the scientists split carbon dioxide and water to make carbon monoxide and hydrogen, known as syngas, with oxygen […]

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Until now, solar and wind energy have been the most popular forms of renewable energy with countries investing millions in them. However, the U.S. Department of Energy has been investing in another source of future renewable energy that is quite unheard of — Seaweed energy. According to reports, DOE is investing nearly $1.5 million in two […]

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A new research undertaken by scientists working on transparent solar panels has shown that if all of America’s glass surfaces- which include windows on homes, cars and buildings- are replaced with transparent solar panels, the electricity generated could easily power all of America. “Highly transparent solar cells represent the wave of the future for new […]

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37-year old Jacinda Ardern is all set to become New Zealand’s youngest prime minister in 150 years and hopes that her government will take the necessary steps to make the country greener and  more sustainable by reducing its greenhouse emissions. The incoming government has already outlined plans to plant 100 million trees each year, ensure the electricity […]

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A recent research has revealed that a deep-sea wind farm the size of India in the North Atlantic could generate enough power to meet the entire planet’s electricity requirements. Scientists have calculated that it could possibly generate an average output of 18 terawatts annually, which is roughly equal to what is consumed by the entire […]

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A school in Denmark is totally covered in solar tiles and the attractive green hue of the tiles is only adding to the building’s aesthetics. The 25,000-square-meter school has around 12,000 solar panels that are not just concentrated on the roof, but adorn more than 6,000 square meters of the facade. C. F. Møller’s International School Nordhavn in […]

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