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Researcher pushes limit of when water will freeze
– December 7, 2021

An engineer is changing what we know about when water freezes as he pushes the limit and gets the best look yet at tiny drops of water as they freeze. Continue Reading

Macrogrid study: Big value in connecting America’s eastern and western power grids
– November 19, 2021

A ‘macrogrid’ that increases the electricity moving between America’s Eastern and Western interconnections, two of the biggest power grids on the plan Continue Reading

Wind and solar could power the world’s major countries most of the time
– November 5, 2021

With the eyes of the world on the United Nations COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland, strategies for decarbonizing energy infrastructure are a t Continue Reading

Tidal stream power can aid drive for net-zero and generate 11% of UK’s electricity demand
– November 3, 2021

A day before world leaders meet at COP26 to discuss the importance of clean energy, scientists from across the UK say that harnessing the power of the Continue Reading

Energy efficiency instead of long-term storage
– November 2, 2021

Incorporating energy efficiency measures can reduce the amount of storage needed to power the nation’s buildings entirely with renewable energy, accor Continue Reading

Using overpasses as shelter from tornado?
– October 26, 2021

Meteorologists and emergency workers continue to contest the popular thinking that waiting out a tornado under an overpass is safe. According to the N Continue Reading

Expansion of wind and solar power too slow to stop climate change
– October 14, 2021

The production of renewable energy is increasing every year. But after analyzing the growth rates of wind and solar power in 60 countries, researchers Continue Reading

Climate change threatens hydropower energy security in the Amazon basin
– October 14, 2021

Hydropower is the dominant source of energy in the Amazon region, the world’s largest river basin and a hotspot for future hydropower development. How Continue Reading

Winds of change: Improvements for wind energy production
– October 12, 2021

In recent years, much progress has been made in the wind energy industry as the cost of development has declined significantly with emerging technolog Continue Reading

Wind energy can deliver vital slash to global warming
– September 22, 2021

Implementing advance wind energy scenarios could achieve a reduction in global warming atmospheric average temperatures of 0.3 to 0.8 degrees Celsius Continue Reading

Making musical performances safer in the era of COVID-19
– September 15, 2021

Researchers have studied aerosol production from playing wind instruments, singing and acting, allowing them to develop recommendations to minimize CO Continue Reading

How do wind turbines respond to winds, ground motion during earthquakes?
– August 24, 2021

Wind power has experienced fast growth within China during the past decade, but many wind farms are being built within regions of high seismic activit Continue Reading

Effect of ‘eddy killing’ in oceans is no longer a matter of guesswork
– August 19, 2021

Applying a new coarse-graining, spatial method of analysis to satellite imagery, scientists provide a direct measure of the impact of wind driven eddy Continue Reading

Polymer scientist helps develop new technique for large-scale energy storage
– August 19, 2021

Electric vehicles require power to be available anywhere and anytime without delay to recharge, but solar and wind are intermittent energy sources tha Continue Reading

Wind turbine night noise
– August 18, 2021

With wind generation one of the fastest-growing renewable energy sectors in the world, experts are using machine learning and other signal processing Continue Reading

New clean energy tech extracts twice the power from ocean waves
– August 17, 2021

New prototype tech can double the power harvested from ocean waves, an advance that could finally make wave energy a viable renewable alternative. Continue Reading

Powering navigational buoys with help of ocean waves
– August 5, 2021

Traditionally used energy harvesting technologies, like photovoltaic panels or wind turbines, suffer from several limitations. In the absence of dayli Continue Reading

Renewable energies: No wind turbine disturbing the scenery
– July 20, 2021

In the Alpine foothills, in low mountain ranges, or on the seacoast, expansion of wind energy use often meets popular resistance. Researchers have now Continue Reading

Data identifies turbine wake clustering, improves wind farm productivity via yaw control
– July 20, 2021

Researchers describe a real-time method for potentially helping turbine farms realize additional power from the clustering of their turbines. Their me Continue Reading

Renewable energy OK, but not too close to home
– July 19, 2021

When it comes to transitioning from carbon-based to renewable source energy systems, Americans are on board. They’re less keen, however, having these Continue Reading