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Google Science Fair finalist H2Pro turns dirty water and sunlight into clean water and power

Google Science Fair finalist H2Pro turns dirty water and sunlight into clean water and power

By 22 August 2014

A Google Science Fair finalist has invented a prototype that could benefit more than 783 million people. It's called H2Pro. H2Pro essentially purifies dirty water and then uses the polluntants from that dirty water to fuel power production, and all of... >>

Sea turbine unveiled to use tide as power for thousands of UK homes

Sea turbine unveiled to use tide as power for thousands of UK homes

By 8 August 2014

An underwater turbine off the coast of Pembrokeshire at Ramsey Sound has been unveiled, kicking off a 12-month trial that'll see clean energy piped to several homes in St. Davids. Mustange Marine built the seven-storey structure in Pembroke Dock, for... >>

New organic battery is nearly 97 per cent cheaper to make than metal batteries, and it's environmentally friendly

New organic battery is nearly 97 per cent cheaper to make than metal batteries, and it's environmentally friendly

By 10 January 2014

The future of power could be in organic batteries if a recent MIT discovery makes it to production. Scientists have created an organic flow battery that costs only $27 per kilowatt-hour compared to metal batteries at $700 per killowatt-hour - nearly a... >>

Electricity users get more monitoring options

Electricity users get more monitoring options

By 27 February 2008

Three new devices that plan to give you more information than you could possibly need about your electricity usage in your home have been unveiled at EcoBuild in Earl's Court, London, this week. Although still at concept stage, the company, Green Energy... >>