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  • Sheep and solar panels make great field fellows
    Agriculture and renewable energy can thrive together, according to the University of Illinois. Dubbed ‘agrivoltaics’, “there are many benefits to co-locating solar panels and agriculture on the same plot of land. You may reduce the overall potential that either could have on its own, but you still get a better total...
    Source: Electronics Weekly by Steve Bush
  • Three stages to ensure your energy security
    By Mike Sewell, Plan Zero Director, Mitie With the UK’s COP presidency handed over to Egypt and Britain’s record autumn temperatures make way for winter, the debate over energy security is heating up at home. At an international level, COP27 wrestled with the debate about how decarbonising national energy mixes...
    Source: Facilities Management Journal by Sarah OBeirne
  • Solar Panel Shortage Snarls U.S. Green Energy Plans
    Thousands of containers have been detained by U.S. Customs and more have been held back or diverted from U.S. ports due to a new law targeting labor abuses in China....
    Source: The Wall Street Journal - Technology
  • NASA Artemis I – Flight Day 12: Orion Tests Star Trackers and Reaction Control T...
    As Orion continued along a distant retrograde orbit of the Moon on the 12th day of the Artemis I mission, team members conducted another planned......
    Source: SciTech Daily by NASA
  • Advancing the energy transition amidst global crises
    MIT Energy Initiative Annual Research Conference highlights both opportunities and obstacles in the race to a net-zero future....
    Source: MIT: Research by Leda Zimmerman | MIT Energy Initiative
  • Wireless power company Emrod beams 550 W across an Airbus warehouse
    The European Space Agency and Airbus teamed up with New Zealand-based startup Emrod to demonstrate a wireless power transfer system last week. Wireless power company Emrod beams 550 W across an Airbus warehouse by Tim De Chant originally published on TechCrunch...
    Source: TechCrunch by Tim De Chant
  • New misguided interpretations of the greenhouse effect from William Kininmonth
    I have a feeling that we are seeing the start of a new wave of climate change denial and misrepresentation of science. At the same time, CEOs of gas and oil companies express optimism for further exploitation of fossil energy in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, at least...
    Source: Real Climate by rasmus
  • Fleet electrification and EV charging infrastructure
    Anne Buckingham, Sales Director for SWARCO Smart Charging argues that partnerships will be key to EV charging success and hitting net zero targets. The post Fleet electrification and EV charging infrastructure appeared first on Open Access Government....
    Source: Open Access Government by Emily
  • Major investment into Welsh ambulances
    Patients in Gwent have benefited from a multi-million pound Wales-wide investment in new ambulances, complete with MIPV solar panels. The post Major investment into Welsh ambulances appeared first on Open Access Government....
    Source: Open Access Government by Freya Thomson
  • Challenges in trade between China and the U.S. highlighted by forced labor bill
    The trade complications between China and the U.S. know no limits. A recent article in the Wall Street Journal outlined some of the latest challenges revolving around the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA), which went it to effect in June of this year. The industry has struggled in the...
    Source: Adafruit by Teddy Papes
  • New colloidal synthesis method produces novel nanocrystals
    Unit cells and electron micrographs of alkaline-earth chalcogenide nanocrystals. Image: US Department of Energy Ames National Laboratory.Research into the synthesis of new materials could lead to more sustainable and environmentally friendly items such as solar panels and light emitting diodes (LEDs). Scientists from Ames National Laboratory and Iowa State University...
    Source: Materials Today
  • Is it finally time for a permanent base on the moon?
    'A manned base on the moon?' appeared in the April 1952 issue of Popular Science. Popular ScienceThe upcoming Artemis mission is NASA's initial step to create a lunar outpost—but are we really ready to establish long-term bases beyond Earth? The post Is it finally time for a permanent base on...
    Source: Popular Science by Bill Gourgey
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