Zambia Could Reach Its Goal of Universal Power by 2030

In Zambia, 97% of the rural population has no electricity. That's about to change.

October 27, 2016

This Device Could Power One-Third Of The U.S. Using Ocean Waves

Triton can harvest wave energy from the oceans.

April 18, 2016

Trash is Helping Protect Hawaii’s Air Force Units

The system is capable of converting as much as 10 tons of trash per day.

March 25, 2016

Panasonic Sets World Record in Photovoltaic Energy Conversion Efficiency

Panasonic takes top spot on conversion efficiency of a crystalline silicon-based PV module from rival SunPower.

March 15, 2016

World Record: Nearly Half of Denmark’s Total Electricity Now Comes from Wind Energy

Denmark has set another record - nearly half of its electricity was produced through wind turbines in 2015.

January 19, 2016

New Innovation for Sustainable and Affordable Energy Generates Power Using Gravity

Researchers who have a vision of tackling poverty and sustainability have managed to create an innovative solution for both with an invention they call GravityLight--a device that is capable of generating light from gravity. Not only is it effective, the technology does not require batteries or sunlight to generate power, and it offers a very low cost alternative to traditional power solutions. Watch as this video demonstrates what it can do.

December 23, 2015

Improved Mega Flow Battery Presents Breakthroughs for Energy Storage

Harvard Scientists assert that they may have discovered a more sustainable and affordable source of energy in flow batteries. Researchers behind the study believe that this technology is safe, cheap, and can be scaled easily.

December 4, 2015

These Bikes Can Help Power a Home for 24 Hours, and It Only Takes One Hour of Pedaling

Manoj Bhargava, inventor of the 5 hour energy drink, is using his fortune to help solve our energy crisis. By pedaling on his bike for one hour, a person can power a home's lights and basic appliances for an entire day.

November 23, 2015
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