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Brilliant iron molecule could deliver cheaper solar energy – ScienceDaily

For the first time, researchers have succeeded in creating an iron molecule that can serve both as a photocatalyst for the production of fuel and in solar cells for the generation of electricity. The results indicate that the iron molecule could replace the metals used today, which are more expensive and rarer. Some photocatalysts and solar cells are based on …

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New, brilliant iron molecule can be the key to cheap solar energy

Scientists are exploring some of the most unlikely sources of energy generation, some of which are motivated by academic goals and research goals, and in part create a new framework for energy production and production. Although some raise eyebrows for likely feasibility challenges Such as China's artificial solar ambitions or the device designed to convert exhaust into renewable energy, the …

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Former Obama Advisor on Energy: Trump "frightens" his own climate report

A former Energy and Climate Advisor to President Obama called on the Trump administration to publish its climate report on Black Friday, accusing President Trump . Donald John TrumpAmazon's European Workers Strike for Black Friday to Join GOP Against GOP Hispanics in Florida Romney Hosts PAC Fundraiser: Tell MORE that he's "scared" of the report's findings. "I think President Trump …

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MMS space probes offer for the first time a first look at the energy explosion

Artistic representation of the MMS probe, which provided the first look at the magnetic reconnection. Credit: NASA / GSFC Researchers at the University of New Hampshire have recorded a difficult event involving "magnetic reconnection" – the process in which sparse particles and energy collide around the earth, resulting in a rapid, but powerful, process huge explosion leads the magnetotail of …

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Colorful bacteria combine wastewater and light to clean energy

What you've just flushed into the toilet might be more useful than you ever thought. Researchers have found that some kind of purple bacteria can break down the organic compounds contained in the wastewater and possibly convert it into energy. Organic compounds in wastewater have been the subject of research for decades. For decades, engineers have been trying to figure …

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Purple bacteria can produce hydrogen energy from organic waste

Purple bacteria can produce hydrogen energy from organic wastes. Researchers have found a new way to reduce CO2 emissions and convert wastewater into green generators. Organic compounds, which are typically found in industrial and domestic effluents, are known as a rich source of energy, bioplastics, and protein for animal feed. But while removing contaminants from wastewater, they are disposed of …

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Conversion of wastewater into renewable energy sources

While there are organic compounds in domestic and industrial wastewater that can be used as an energy source, there is no effective extraction method available to exploit their potential. Now researchers may have found a cost-effective solution for converting wastewater into electricity. Daniel Puyol from the King Juan Carlos University in Spain is one of the co-authors of the study. …

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S & P increases trading hope, oil plunge pounding energy stocks

(Reuters) – The S & P 500 rose in choppy trading on Tuesday as a rally in technology recovered and industrials rallied on hopes of US-China trade. However, losses at Boeing Co and falling energy stocks limited Dow's earnings. The S & P technology index gained 0.7 percent, while Apple's shares fell 0.1 percent on Monday, following a 5 percent …

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Converting Wastewater to Renewable Energy Sources • Earth.com

While there are organic compounds in domestic and industrial wastewater that can be used as an energy source, there is no effective extraction method available to exploit their potential. Now researchers may have found a cost-effective solution for converting wastewater into electricity. Dr. Daniel Puyol of the King Juan Carlos University in Spain is one of the co-authors of the …

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Clean energy works well, but not fast enough to solve global warming

Do you want environmental news in your inbox? Sign up for our Climate Fwd: email newsletter. WASHINGTON – Over the next two decades, the world's energy system will undergo a tremendous transformation. Wind and solar energy become dominant sources of electricity. China's relentless appetite for coal will abate. The amount of oil we use to fuel our cars could peak …

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