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posted in August 2013
Researchers Build Concrete-Composite Offshore Floating Wind Turbine
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8/28/2013  16 comments
The first floating wind turbine was recently deployed offshore in Brewer, Maine, developed by a team at the University of Maine and supported by the Energy Department, which is ardently backing the future use of offshore wind turbine installations.
Researchers Develop Another Potential Battery for Renewable Energy Storage
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8/20/2013  20 comments
A research team led by Yi Cui, an associate professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Stanford, has developed a new lithium-polysulfide flow battery with an energy density of between 170 Wh/kg and 190 Wh/L and a lifespan of up to 2,500 cycles -- results that are high comparatively for similar batteries being designed for renewables.
Researchers Develop Thin Solar Film for Mobile Devices, Windows
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8/15/2013  41 comments
The day when your smartphone screen is also a mini solar panel may not be far off, thanks to new two-layer see-through solar film developed by UCLA researchers.
The ABCs of Energy Savings
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8/14/2013  3 comments
Efficiency improvements and distributed energy concepts lay a foundation for energy savings.




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