Researchers funded by the U.S. Army have developed a solar-powered technology that could help solve the clean-water crisis in developing countries.
At first blush, this low-cost device aimed at providing soldiers with drinkable water doesn’t look like much — just a black board dipped into a pond. However, this laser-processed, super-wicking and super-light-absorbing aluminium surface is the most efficient solar-based water sanitation system that exists to date.
Solar On Water: A Bright Future For Floatovoltaics
Growth forecast for floating photovoltaic (FPV) and the efficiency of this energy source make it very attractive but are there only benefits?I'm interested
GEM Innovathon: let's co-create a sustainable world
Look back on an unprecedent adventure. In 2017, the BU GEM (ENGIE Global Energy Management) and seven of its customers launched the inaugural Innovathon on customer experience . Three years later, the second Innovathon has just wrapped up. Working with six other GEM customers, participants identified projects pointing towards ways of doing profitable, sustainable business.I'm interested
Recycling Plastic To Generate Clean Hydrogen
We used to think about recycling plastic as turning used bottles into new bottles.I'm interested
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