[Sweden] Solar panels are quite an inefficient form of renewable energy – only around 20 percent of incoming sunlight is turned into Continue reading This Swedish startup found the answer to more efficient solar panels… in algae?
[Global] Diatoms are single cell eukaryotic microalgae, which present in nearly every water habitat make them ideal tools for Continue reading Potential applications of diatoms
In its heyday less than a decade ago, advanced battery maker A123 Systems attracted hundreds of millions of dollars in government support and hundreds of millions more from investors on the promise of technology that would usher in a new era of electric cars. Continue reading As markets change, clean tech industry reduces ambitions
It has 57 per cent more power than fixed land-based systems.
Infratech Industries launched Australia’s first floating solar system yesterday which will generate an estimated 57 per cent more power than fixed land-based systems.
The proprietary tracking, cooling and Continue reading Solar technology addresses algae problem for wastewater plants
For those interested in clean renewable energy, we’re living in exciting times. Recent news that we’re adding more green energy capacity every year than that of oil, coal, and gas combined was heralded as “the beginning of the end” Continue reading Japan’s massive floating solar panel power plant reduce algae growth and evaporation
[Germany] A unique algae-powered building is to be officially unveiled on Saturday at the International Building Exhibition in Continue reading World’s first algae-powered building set to open
Solar Power Inc., a renewable-energy developer backed by China’s LDK Solar Co., is joining with Aqua Clean Energy to develop floating solar projects in the U.S. and Mexico.
The joint venture would put solar panels Continue reading Floating solar panel provides power, slows down evaporation and algae growth
The applications for solar panels seem endless. In fact, they’re now moving on to unknown land… Well, it’s not really land at all – it’s water.
Clean energy companies are looking to wetlands, lakes, ponds, and canals as Continue reading Solar panels on Japan’s lake to halt algae bloom