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Cleantechnica Article – Chemputer

This was published on cleantechnica.com months back. I did not realize it was not here until someone pointed it out………… Recently a 3D printer called a “chemputer” was announced. The headline read: “Researchers developing ‘chemputer’ that prints drugs.” This device, if modified, … Continue reading

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Clean Technica Article – Graphene Silicon Nanoplatelets Increase Li-Ion Battery Capacity 4 Fold

Six months ago Northwestern University professor Harold Kung theorized that using a graphene silicon mixture, there was a way to extend a new lithium-ion battery’s charge by 10 times and increase its lifespan by a factor of 10. The technology … Continue reading

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Just Some Thermo Geek Stuff

Tonight I was asked a question in IM (instant messenger) that I thought was interesting. It ran along the lines of … and this is paraphrased … “If you had a shipping container full of dirt, how much more energy will … Continue reading

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Honeycomb Solar Thermal Panel

In the late 80’s at school we took two layers of bubble wrap and put it beneath the glass sheet in a solar thermal panel. It improved winter efficiency of the panels quite a bit. However, the bubble wrap melted … Continue reading

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Hydrogen Flakes – Using Plastic Solar Cells To Produce Hydrogen

Simple though. Create a roll to roll manufacturing process for 2-10 mm clear plastic solar cells that are slightly denser than water. Dump them in a clear top tank or pool with water and an electrolyte that is  lighter than the … Continue reading

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Image Of The Final Design

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Choosing From The Two Final Designs

Creating a clean energy system is no easy task. When the goals are these. Create a device to generate clean, renewable energy 24 hours a day, with a minimum of five days of storage capacity, an LCOE (Levelised Cost of Energy) below … Continue reading

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