Todd Griffith shows a crosssection of a 50meter blade The huge turbines could be the basis for 50megawatt offshore wind energy installations in the years ahead Image courtesy of Randy Montoya caption courtesy of Sandia National Laboratories
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Components of the optical rectenna developed at the Georgia Institute of Technology Researchers cultivated an array of billions of vertically aligned carbon nanotubes on top of a silicon substrate using chemical vapor deposition Image courtesy of Thomas Bougher Georgia Tech
Perovskite solar cells which are much smaller than traditional panels could soon revolutionize electric vehicle charging Image courtesy of Shutterstock
Although there are several standards for wireless power transfer the device operates using the Rezences standard from the A4WP Image courtesy of EPC
Allegedly the Mission E can travel over 500 km on one battery charge and it can be charged with enough energy for around 400 km more driving range in about 15 minutes Image courtesy of Porsche
The PASF combines utility grid simulation and regenerative bidirectional AC source that is capable of both sourcing and sinking full current load Image courtesy of Intrepro Systems