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A step closer to self-charging electronics that store energy! Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden have devised an energy system that can capture solar energy, store it for up to eighteen years, and then release it as needed....
To minimise dependence on electricity for recharging batteies, now researchers have developed a method to directly recharge using solar energy Lithium-ion batteries often need to be recharged by connecting them to an external electric power supply via a charger once...
Strong legislative laws need to be framed by government authorities for mandatory recycling of solar energy system waste instead of landfilling, considering the massive 75,00,000 tons of waste that is likely to be generated until 2050. Solar module recycling...
e-Mobility and electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure are some of the key focus areas, and relentless research is being done to address high performance in all functional blocks. With the push to move to electric mobility at a national scale,...
Using renewable energy sources like wind and solar for power generation has helped in reducing carbon footprints and made power available to non-electrified remote areas. A Wind Solar hybrid power system that combines the benefits of both sources can...
The inexpensive, solar energy powered device has the ability to process multiple images using machine learning and at the same time has the ability to save energy for performing highly complex tasks Imagine a small device looking out at a...
The solar cell is made of highly thin semiconductor materials and could have applications in satellite technology in space In a recent development in the field of solar energy, a research team at the Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin (HZB) has developed...
These thin films come with the benefits of better light reception and electrical conductivity, besides being environment-friendly.  Traditionally, semiconductors made from silicon have been used for creating materials that conduct electricity. Now, scientists from the University of Buffalo, the U.S....
 
 

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