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Off Grid Energy Independence

Amazon Aims for 100% Renewable Energy by 2030

Amazon has announced three new renewable energy projects in the US and Spain that support Amazon's commitment to The Climate Pledge and reaching 80% renewable energy by 2024 and 100% renewable energy target by 2030 on its path to net zero carbon by 2040.

Daylight Damage to Photovoltaics

Researchers have performed a detailed investigation of the molecular mechanisms by which organic solar cells suffer damage as they are exposed to sunlight. This research has important implications for developing next-generation solar sheets that combine high efficiency, low cost, and long device lifetimes.

Solar Powered AI Cameras Keep an Eye on Campers

Technology will play a part in managing responsible camping in New Zealand this summer, the government has announced.

First Battery Storage System for Electricity Grids in Spain

i-DE, Iberdrola's electricity distribution arm, has inaugurated the first electrical energy storage system with lithium-ion batteries for distribution networks in Spain.

Thermal Interface Materials: Why Will Markets Double by 2025?

Thermal Interface Materials (TIM) are not glamourous but are often an essential component found in all manner of electronic and energy storage applications. Indeed, they are absolutely pervasive. They are truly a diverse technology in terms of suppliers, material options, deposition techniques, applications, market requirement and performance levels. This makes them difficult to analyse.

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