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A better way to split water molecules to produce hydrogen using sunlight

2 June 2020

A team of researchers affiliated with several institutions in Japan has developed a better way to split water molecules to produce hydrogen using sunlight. More >>

EGEB: Britains largest solar farm is about to be approved

2 June 2020

The Electrek Green Energy Brief (EGEB): A daily technical, financial, and political review/analysis of important green energy news. More >>

3rd International Scientific and Technical Conference of Students and Young Professionals "Relay Protection and Automation"

26 May 2020

The International Scientific and Technical Conference of Students and Young Professionals "Relay Protection and Automation" will be held on October 22-23, 2020 in Moscow, Russia. More >>

Australian researchers claim world first in global race to develop better solar panels

26 May 2020

Experimental cell using the potentially game-changing material perovskite passes a series of heat and humidity tests. More >>

SEG tech generates electricity using shadows and light

26 May 2020

Developed by scientists at the National University of Singapore, the tool is what's known as a shadow-effect energy generator (SEG). More >>

Denmark's ambitious wind power plans include giant 'energy islands'

26 May 2020

Denmark has long since led the charge on wind power, and now its announced another first: it plans to build two giant energy islands that could boost Europes current offshore wind capacity by 54 percent. More >>


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CIGRE Russia invites to take part in the surveys launched in preparation for the International Forum Power Grids

23-25 December 2020 will take place The "Power Grids" International Forum (PGIF). It held by the PJSC Rosseti since 2018 is a large-scale event in the electric power industry, which has become a platform for discussing and solving priority tasks related to the digital transformation of the electric grid complex.

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