1 Nature of technology/product. The HI-Light reactor being developed at Cornell University is a solar-thermocatalytic “reverse combustion” technology that enables the conversion of CO2 and water to methanol and other high-value hydrocarbons.
Recently the regulation of engine exhaust gas is more and more tight and in electricity generation industry gas engine is more and more promising instead of turbine using liquid fuel and diesel engine. Because gas engine using natural gas has advantage of stable supply and low exhaust harmful gas,
The objective of the project is to design a wind turbine to recapture wind energy from vehicles on the highway. Wind energy is considered the fastest growing clean energy source. However, it is limited by variable natural wind.
The project presented focuses on improving Hybrid Photovoltaic/Thermal (PVT) Systems in terms of electrical and thermal efficiencies. Heat is known to directly affect the performance of Photovoltaic (PV) cells, hence as a novelty, this project concentrates on dissipating and reusing the heat build-up on the PV cells.
NASA Langley Research Center has developed fluorinated alkyl ether containing epoxies designed as an anti-insect coating. The robust and durable coating was developed to improve aircraft efficiency, but the coating could be useful in a variety of applications where reduction of insect residue adherence is desirable,
Overheard medical marijuana growers discussing high electric bills and that their air conditioners run even when it is freezing outside. They do enriched CO2 growing which boosts yields but precludes exchanging air with the outdoors.
The obvious solution was to switch to LED grow lights.
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