Flying Wind Farms, Solar Windows, and…Magma Power? Solar panels and wind turbines may be all the rage right now, but the future of renewable energy looks a good deal more interesting. The future’s going to be very bright indeed.
It will be able to power nearly 200,000 homes by 2020.
They're pricey, but they work twice as well as traditional solar panels.
This plane just flew around the world, and it used zero fuel.
Three papers released by an English startup, Tokamak Energy, are challenging established science that in the area of fusion reactors, bigger is not always better.
Harvard scientists designed a new artificial photosynthesis system that turns sunlight into liquid fuel, and it is already effective enough for use in commercial applications.
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