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Researchers at Berkeley Lab and the Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis have demonstrated that recycling carbon dioxide into valuable chemicals such as ethylene and propanol, and fuels such as ethanol, can be economical and efficient – all through product-specific “active sites” on a single copper catalyst. (Credit: Ager and Lum/Berkeley Lab)

Carbon fuels go green for renewable energy

For quite a long time, researchers have hunt down compelling approaches to remove overabundance carbon dioxide emissions from the air and reuse them into...
Applying economics to energy technology

Applying economics to energy technology

For as far back as four years, Jing Li '11 has been contemplating energy technology that could help the world move to a low-carbon...
Novel approach to rechargeable batteries

Novel approach to rechargeable batteries

A sort of battery initially MIT. The battery, in light of cathodes made of sodium and nickel chloride and utilizing another sort of metal...
Scientists Invented New Solar Paint For a Clean Source of Energy

Scientists Invented New Solar Paint For a Clean Source of Energy

The solar power technology is not new. It is cost effective and also reduces our reliance on fossil fuels. Now, Tesla solar roofs even...

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