Today’s News

  • Hayleys Advantis Unveils “Venus” Their Latest and Best in Class International Distribution Centre
    By Advantis Advantis Free Zone (AFZ) (a fully owned subsidiary of Hayleys Advantis Limited, the Transportation and Logistics arm of the diversified blue-chip conglomerate Hayleys Group) recently launched their second and brand new international distribution centre “Venus” – one of the most sophisticated international distribution centres to be established in Sri Lanka to date. [] […]
  • NREL Assesses Strategies Needed for Light-Duty Vehicle Greenhouse Gas Reduction
    By (Heather Lammers) Solutions including electric and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, vehicle connectivity, and automation examined August 8, 2016 The White House wants to cut U.S. greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 80 percent by 2050, but the goal raises questions about one of the greatest sources of those pollutants, light-duty vehicles (LDVs). The Energy […]
  • Anthony Florence LED Corporations Releases “Gold Standard” LED Tube Retrofits
    By LED Corporations As once cited in LED Magazine as an industry leader for improving light levels throughout the streets of Manhattan, Anthony Florence has built his entire business around the very same principles, being the pioneer of his industry. A high energy, marketing expert, and goal-driven technology executive, Anthony Florence approaches each new business […]
  • Battery storage set to strengthen South Australian grid
    By sdyhin 05 August 2016 The world’s largest battery storage ‘virtual power plant’ is set to land in South Australia, boosting grid stability, reducing power price volatility and supporting renewable energy. The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has conditionally committed up to $5 million funding for AGL to install 1,000 centrally controlled batteries in South […]
  • Scientists convert carbon dioxide, create electricity
    Scientists have developed an oxygen-assisted aluminum/carbon dioxide power cell that uses electrochemical reactions to both sequester the carbon dioxide and produce electricity. Read more here::       
  • Everyone Despises SolarCity Deal, Except Tesla Shareholders
    By By JAMES B. STEWART Focusing on the conflicts of interest in Tesla Motors’ proposed takeover of SolarCity misses the bigger picture, some investors say. Read more here::       
  • Quick-destructing battery to power ‘transient’ devices
    Scientists have developed a working battery that self-destructs in water. It’s part of a field of study called ‘transient electronics.’ The battery project presented many challenges, including a complex structure and difficulties in fabrication. Read more here::       
  • Tiny high-performance solar cells turn power generation sideways
    Engineers have created high-performance, micro-scale solar cells that outshine comparable devices in key performance measures. The miniature solar panels could power myriad personal devices — wearable medical sensors, smartwatches, even autofocusing contact lenses. Read more here::       
  • Tesla’s Big Loss Reflects Its Costly Ambitions
    By By BILL VLASIC The electric carmaker’s second-quarter loss greatly exceeded forecasts, but the company promised to improve its ability to meet production targets. Read more here::       

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