Earlier this month, researchers in Tel Aviv generated electricity out of thin air. The research is based on a natural phenomenon you’re probably familiar with; lightning.
This groundbreaking device, known as a “shadow-effect energy generator,” uses the contrast of light and dark to generate electricity.
The world’s largest Hydrogen Plant, set to open in 2021, will turn trash into green energy.
Las Vegas is set to be the site of the largest solar panel project in United States History.
Renewable energy is the key to a sustainable future and this month, we are trending in the right direction.
Scientists at UMASS Amherst have developed a new device that uses a protein to generate electricity from the naturally occurring moisture in the air.
Small farms are struggling. This new approach to growing could help under-performing farms become a hub of growth and energy.
Researchers in Hong Kong recently developed a droplet-based electricity generator (DEG) that generates electricity from raindrops.