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Off Grid Energy Independence

The First Full Colour Electro Wetting Display Panel is a Fact

The first production ready Electro Wetting Display consumes only 3 watts and uses solar energy - an endless source of power! Mobile displays do not need to be replaced when the batteries are empty, and connection to the grid becomes a thing of the past.

USA and East Asia Grab $23 Billion Transparent Electronics Opportunity

The new IDTechEx report, "Transparent Electronics Materials, Applications, Markets 2021-2041", describes a market increasing fivefold from 2021-2031. By 2041 it will be over $23 billion.

DORE Signs Exclusivity Agreement for 100MW Swedish Wind Farm Project

Perovskite Solar Cells Turn Up the Heat

Researchers believe they may have found a sustainable way to improve both the efficiency and stability of perovskite solar cells, and the secret ingredient is a sprinkle of capsaicin, the same spicy compound that gives chili peppers their signature kick.

Shearwater and Nuscale to Investigate Hybrid Energy Project

Shearwater Energy Ltd is developing a wind Small Modular Reactor and hydrogen production hybrid energy project in North Wales. The project would provide 3 GWe of zero-carbon energy and is also expected to produce over 3 million kilograms of green hydrogen per year for use by the UK's transport sector, ensuring full utilization of the energy produced.

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