Merry Xmas from the Philippines

I have been very busy and unable to post stories the last couple of weeks. I will try to do so more in the future. I thought I would share part of my family Christmas email I send out every year. Last weekend  Fely, Ashley and I celebrated Christmas with the native...
Read More

Nanowire-Based Photovoltaic Cells

‘Cleaning’ boosts solar cell efficiency 11 September 2013 A nanowire array in the solar cell. Photo: Eindhoven University of Technology   Energy losses in nanowire solar cell can be significantly reduced by ‘cleaning’ the surface of the cells with a special etching...
Read More

Alternative Energy vs The Elite

  Just wanted to share my views on alternative energy and what our focus is here at Revolution-Green. It's just something my brain has been storming about and I have to get it off my chest. So bare with me. I hope this doesn't sound like a rant or a ramble....
Read More

Compressable HHO: An alternative for Hydrogen Storage?

First of all a big warning. You cannot pressurize HHO or Browns Gas made and processed in conventional ways. People have been killed and seriously injured in experimenting. When water is electrolyzed, a hydrogen gas and an oxygen gas are respectively generated from a...
Read More

New Web Store and New Chat

    Revolution Green will be building a Web Store The store will be covering books, plans, components projects for many of the small energy enthusiasts. This should be up and running in August. It will cater from the small project provider to the larger...
Read More

Energy From the Earth Update: Buyer Be Very Aware.

This is an update of a story we ran early in August. The official Website is http://energiauniversal.eco.br/. They were taking deposits and had prices, but have pulled that down for now. This has been replaced with the following notice. I suspect they obtained some...
Read More

Scientists see the light on microsupercapacitors

Rice University researchers who pioneered the development of laser-induced graphene have configured their discovery into flexible, solid-state microsupercapacitors that rival the best available for energy storage and delivery. The devices developed in the lab of Rice...
Read More

New hydronium-ion battery presents opportunity for more sustainable energy storage

A new type of battery developed by scientists at Oregon State University shows promise for sustainable, high-power energy storage. Another battery story (just what you all have been waiting for) It's the world's first battery to use only hydronium ions as the charge...
Read More

Simon

Simon will be of line for a few days. He has had a close family member pass away today. I think I speak for everyone here that our prayers and best wishes are with him and his family. Simon dedicates a lot of time and effort to assist so many people with his knowledge...
Read More

Electric Helicopter: Volocopter VC1 Test

    Two years after the first manned Volocopter VC1, our e-volo team presented the two-seater VC200. The first radio controlled flight tests took place in Karlsruhe, Germany.   Following on from the flying car this caught my eye over the weekend....
Read More

Ultra-thin solar cells can easily bend around a pencil

We have heard for a number of years about wearable solar and thin solar. Hopefully this one brings these concepts closer to commercial reality Scientists in South Korea have made ultra-thin photovoltaics flexible enough to wrap around the average pencil. The bendy...
Read More

Confined nanoparticles improve hydrogen storage materials performance

The transport industry 2 decades ago felt that hydrogen was the fuel of the future. Billions were spent in the last two decades developing fuel cell technology and hydrogen powered vehicles.  At the same time electric cars were under development. Both technologies had...
Read More

LENR / Cold Fusion Electric Generator

What is referred to as Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR) or loosely termed Cold Fusion has been focused on thermal events. The idea is to heat a device up and harvest more heat out than input. The of the issues with this for electricity production is losses of at...
Read More

Stephen Spisak QMoGen demo claim: 2.2-2.5x overunity ?

This is once again a fine example of an inventor making clams when he does not have the right instrumentation, methodology or sound assumptions to make the claims. He has a long history of this including trying to seek support on crowd funding sites. Whats more...
Read More

WITT technology converts motion into electricity.

One of the largest potential sources of renewable energy is from capturing motion of the ocean and attaching a harvester to other moving objects. When I first reviewed this technology my immediate thoughts were too many moving parts. However a closer look reveals a...
Read More




Breakthrough Cooling Technology ?

Sometimes companies make press releases with extravagant claims, but do not reveal any of the processes involved. This is very frustrating. This is one of those examples. The claim being made is: Autry Industrial’s breakthrough technology, Cycle Two73, recycles waste...

read more

BroadBit metallic sodium batteries

This story is nearly 12 months old but seems be to close to production. Helsinki based BroadBit has developed and is commercializing a new type of metallic sodium battery in two families: a. Hi-Energy batteries with up to  twice the energy per weight as today's...

read more

Spinning sail technology

Over 200 years after steamships first began crossing the ocean, wind power is finding its way back into seafaring. Global shipping firm Maersk is planning to fit spinning “rotor sails” to one of its oil tankers as a way of reducing its fuel costs and carbon emissions....

read more

Subscribe for Weekly Newsletter

Register for Updates!

Directory

Support Us With Carboncoin!