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Energy harvesting technology enables accurate animal tracking

Energy harvesting technology enables accurate animal tracking
  Highlighting the huge application potential of the company’s advanced power management ICs (PMICs), e-peas has confirmed that its AEM10941 devices for photovoltaic energy harvesting are being incorporated into tracking equipment employed in Australian cattle ranches.
25th April 2019

Making energy efficient changes to your home could save £200 per year

Making energy efficient changes to your home could save £200 per year
  Renewable or energy efficient appliances? How long does it take to start seeing a return? MoneySuperMarket has revealed the costs and savings associated with the most readily available renewable energy sources and efficiency-improvers around the home.
15th April 2019

Halton to deliver design hoods for a new luxury cruise ship

Halton to deliver design hoods for a new luxury cruise ship
Halton will expand its supply of indoor air solutions from cruise ship cabins and galleys to special solutions for ship restaurants. The company will supply a total of 31 made-to-order custom-designed energy efficient hoods. The design is specially developed for Geonbae, Virgin Voyages’ 'Korean BBQ' restaurant. The hoods were developed and tested in collaboration with Virgin Voyages and master shipbuilder Fincantieri over the course of two years at the R&D centre of Halton’s factory in Germany.
20th February 2019


Solar energy parking canopy helping companies go green

Solar energy parking canopy helping companies go green
AVX Corporation, a manufacturer and supplier of advanced electronic components and interconnect, sensor, control, and antenna solutions, has installed a 908kW solar energy parking canopy at its corporate headquarters in Fountain Inn, South Carolina. Consisting of 2,700 PV modules, the installation boasts a projected annual output of 1.3GWh of clean, green power, which is equivalent to the amount of power generated by more than one million pounds of burned coal. 
12th February 2019

The share of biofuels increase to 30% in Finland

The share of biofuels increase to 30% in Finland
The Parliament of Finland has voted in favour of a law for gradually increasing the share of biofuels in road traffic to 30% by 2029. In addition, the Parliament has approved a law for the distribution obligation of bio-based light fuel oil. According to the new law, a share of light fuel oil intended for heating, construction machines and fitted motors will be replaced by bio-based fuel oil starting in 2021.
7th February 2019

New polymer technology could reduce plastic pollution

New polymer technology could reduce plastic pollution
Following years of research, Teysha Technologies has developed a natural polycarbonate platform that can create fully biodegradable substitutes for existing petroleum-based plastics. The bioplastic, AggiePol, is derived from sustainable feedstocks and can be physically, mechanically and chemically tuned to suit the needs of its intended application. The versatile material could replace the traditional plastic used in the automotive industry and medical equipment.
21st January 2019

ICs meet needs of next-generation smart metering

ICs meet needs of next-generation smart metering
Energy metering integrated circuits (ICs) from Analog Devices are now being shipped by Mouser Electronics. The ADE9xxx energy metering ICs deliver highly accurate measurements of apparent energy (kVA), active energy (kWh), reactive energy (kVAR), rms, and power quality for meeting the needs of next-generation smart metering, industrial instruments, single-phase and polyphase revenue meters, and energy-monitoring applications.
10th October 2018

A carbon-positive data centre set to go into operation

A carbon-positive data centre set to go into operation
With data centres expected to consume as much as 20% of the world’s energy within only a few years, the deployment of energy efficient data centres is crucial. Swedish developer of climate-positive data centres EcoDataCenter is now launching a carbon positive data centre in Falun in central Sweden.
4th October 2018

Improving your home's energy rating can raise its value by £25,000

Improving your home's energy rating can raise its value by £25,000
When attempting to sell your property, you want to do everything you can to make it an attractive purchase. A new coat of paint, making repairs and tidying up are all usually on the list, but have you considered improving your energy rating? MoneySuperMarket has found that upgrading your Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) – the government’s rating of a property’s energy efficiency - from an average D to a high end A can have massive financial benefits.
27th September 2018

Graphene-based ultracapacitors help reduce fuel consumption

Graphene-based ultracapacitors help reduce fuel consumption
A high-volume, multi-million-euro contract has been signed by Skeleton Technologies and Wrights Group to take place over the next five years.  Skeleton Technologies supplies graphene-based ultracapacitors to the latest KERS enabled hybrid-electric double and single deck buses produced by the Wrights Group. The demand to reduce CO2 emissions in city centres is one of the key drivers for Wrightbus to implement new technology which cuts down CO2 emissions by saving fuel. 
21st September 2018


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