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'Seabed carpet' could harness wave energy
He came up with the idea using a viscoelastic "carpet of wave-energy conversion" (CWEC) placed over a network of vertically oriented springs and generators on the coastal seafloor.
Wave carpet to harvest ocean energy
Knowledges Based Systems Inc's (KBSI) Wave Carpet initiative, funded by the Office of Naval Research, has designed a deep-water, offshore, wave-powered floating system that absorbs the energy of wind-generated water waves. ... The Wave Carpet ...
From waste to watts: Cleveland's controversial pursuit of trash conversion ...
But the possibility that Cleveland will build a "waste-to-energy" plant at its Ridge Road garbage-transfer station seems to have survived several years of public scrutiny, the crusade of environmental groups and the U.S.
Thin-Film Solar Panel Maker Konarka Files for Bankruptcy
Konarka's technology was less efficient at converting light into electricity than others in the industry. Its panels had a conversion efficiency of about 9 percent, according to the company's website. Semprius Inc., a solar panel maker backed by ...
bMobilized launches mobile web conversion tool for businesses
BMobilized, a New York City-based company, is stepping up to take on this market with the launch of a DIY tool that converts any website into a HTML5-enabled mobile site.
Carpet Mimics “Mud Hole” to Harvest Energy from Ocean Waves
... takes its inspiration directly from, yes, mud. Currently under study at the University of California, Berkeley, the rug-like device would mimic the ability of muddy sea floors to absorb energy from ocean waves, and it would convert that energy to ...
US Department of Energy Projects Win 36 R&D 100 Awards for 2012
WASHINGTON - U.S. Department of Energy researchers have won 36 of the 100 awards given out this year by R&D Magazine for the most outstanding technology developments with promising commercial potential.
Titanium Dioxide, Unchained!
... development of a bomb detection device inspired by silkmoth antennae. In addition to its pollution-fighting capabilities, titanium dioxide is being explored as a means of increasing the efficiency of solar energy conversion. Specifically, a solar ...
One Step Closer to Invisible Solar Cells in Our Windows
At least, that's what one might be able to say at some point, according to New Energy Technologies, Inc. The company is known for its development of see-through solar cells (which we've talked about before), and this week it's just a little closer to ...
“The Tesseract Is Here!”
That may be a movie device, but the truth is, the Tesseract is here. The Tesseract for us is the power of ... The vision involves converting our energy infrastructure to electricity and electricity-produced hydrogen for all purposes. WWS electricity ...