Monthly Archives: May 2017

How Eco-Friendly Are Electric Cars?

Electric cars are centred on cutting emissions and reducing global warming. The electric vehicles (EVs) reportedly do not emit CO2 or nitrogen oxide, so they are more climate-friendly and pose no health hazards. Continue reading

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UK’s Nuclear Fusion Reactor to Generate Power From Stars

The newest fusion reactor of Britain has reportedly been fired up, placing the UK closer to generating electricity from the power of the stars. Continue reading






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Conversion of Heat to Electricity in Single Molecules Explored

A Japanese team of researchers has investigated how geometry can affect electricity generation from heat by single-molecule devices. The groundbreaking research is premised on the direct conversion of a temperature difference into electricity. Continue reading






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China Increases Electricity Output by 80% in Three Months

The electricity output of China from its photovoltaic plants soared to 80% in the first quarter after the increase in installed capacity of the world’s biggest solar power market. Continue reading






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Britain Gives Coal a Miss for a Day

Britain has achieved a remarkable thing by going off coal for a period of 24 hours. Continue reading






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