Today’s News

  • Engineers adapt laser method to create micro energy units
    As the demand for thinner microelectronic devices increases, manufacturers often are limited by how oddly shaped the energy sources must become to make them conform to the smaller space. Now, researchers have developed a method of transferring an energy source to virtually any shape. Using direct laser-writing techniques, scientists can help smartphone manufacturers fabricate energy […]
  • Solar fuels: Refined protective layer for the ‘artificial leaf’
    A process for providing sensitive semiconductors for solar water splitting (‘artificial leaves’) with an organic, transparent protective layer has been developed by researchers. The extremely thin protective layer made of carbon chains is stable, conductive, and covered with catalyzing nanoparticles of metal oxides. These accelerate the splitting of water when irradiated by light. Read more […]
  • Solar fuels: Refined protective layer for the ‘artificial leaf’
    A process for providing sensitive semiconductors for solar water splitting (‘artificial leaves’) with an organic, transparent protective layer has been developed by researchers. The extremely thin protective layer made of carbon chains is stable, conductive, and covered with catalyzing nanoparticles of metal oxides. These accelerate the splitting of water when irradiated by light. Read more […]
  • Solar Costa Rica is Ready for New Solar Program in Costa Rica
    By Solar Costa Rica Aresep has announced net metering prices alowing solar projects to move forward after over a year with net metering projects halted. The new prices will provide income for the power companies while still making solar energy a viable investment. [PR.com] Read more here:: http://www.pr.com/press-release/663394       

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