Tag Archives: technology

Re-designing Solar Cells by Using Black Silicon

published 2011 年 08 月 08 日 10:30 | editor | category Knowledge
When one considers all the renewable energy technologies available right now, one will find that solar energy is one of the best and offers one of the most exciting prospects. As it is one of the cleanest and most abundant resou...  more

Are Graphene PVs Coming?

published 2011 年 07 月 26 日 9:22 | editor | category Knowledge
Graphene is an unusual form of pure carbon where the atoms are arranged in a honeycomb crystal lattice just one atom thick. If the term is unfamiliar, it may be because it was not proven to exist until 2004. As it exists today, ...  more

Lithium Battery: The Future Roadmap for EV Development

published 2011 年 07 月 15 日 11:45 | editor | category Analysis
As electric vehicles are gradually introduced and promoted to the market, application of NiMH batteries and lithium batteries has been extended to the mobility field. Compared to lead-acid battery, NiMH battery has longer lifesp...  more

How Quantum Dots could Make Solar Technology Better

published 2011 年 07 月 12 日 9:16 | editor | category Knowledge
Solar energy offers an attractive proposition: utilize this abundant energy well and the energy supply will be guaranteed.  This is an indication of how much insolation hits the earth, and even exploiting a fraction of this...  more

Nissan Works on Recharging Leaf with Solar Power

published 2011 年 07 月 11 日 15:20 | editor | category News
Japanese automaker Nissan is testing a super-green way to recharge its Leaf electric vehicle using solar power, part of a broader drive to improve electricity storage systems. Nissan's Leaf went on sale late last year, but...  more

Zero Emissions: An Idea Worth Spreading

published 2011 年 07 月 11 日 15:13 | editor | category News
Some of the world's greatest minds will be able to test-drive the latest in zero-emission technology when the Renault-Nissan Alliance takes part in a global conference of artists, scientists, economists, philosophers and act...  more