Thermal

Panasonic Creates More Efficient and Compact Thermoelectric Solution

March 5, 2013

Capturing excess heat to convert it into electricity can help the world become more energy-efficient, but currently technologies are expensive and not efficient enough. Panasonic is hoping to change that in the coming years with a tubular thermoelectric technology it has developed to tap wasted heat from sources such as hot springs and factories and […]

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Australians Want Renewable Energy

June 16, 2011

If the public could have its way, Australia would be 100 per cent powered with alternative energy. Related Posts:Plastic Dumped in the Ocean Travels Far, New Research RevealsAustralia Got a Boost of Alternative Energy in 2010

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Energy-from-waste facility to be powered with thermal energy

October 6, 2010

As part of Scotland’s drive to get its energy from 100% renewable sources, authorities have granted planning permission to a new facility. Related Posts:Scotland Sets Itself Ambitious Renewable Energy TargetAlliance Launches 100% Renewable Energy GoalAlternative Energy in the Spotlight at Rio+20Maine Moves To Reduce Oil ConsumptionFrom Waste to Ethanol, the Mobile Way

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