The story of hydrogen with solar power

MIT, climate change, electricity, renewables, hydropower, solar

The new oxygen catalyst in action in Dan Nocera’s laboratory at MIT

When Zénobe Gramme invented the Gramme machine in 1869 electrolysis of water became a cheap method for the production of hydrogen. In the 2001 Bloombox Energy jumped up in the market utilizing hydrogen fuel cells using natural gas and I was naturally intrigued. But at that time, their business model was not attractive. Read More

Hydropower screw turbine for nature park

Hydro power, renewables, landustry, turbine, water fall

The hydropower screw turbine is a fish friendly, efficient device for converting the potential energy in water to electricity.

Landustrie delivered a hydropower screw turbine to the Penllergare Valley Trust in Wales, UK.

The Trust welcomed the screw turbine as its electricity production is an important financial corner stone of the wood’s restoration program.  Read More

Ontario funds new study on waterpower potential

The Ontario Waterpower Association (OWA) has announce that it will undertake an analysis and evaluation of waterpower potential in Northern Ontario. This is part of the Long Term Energy Plan (LTEP) and Aboriginal community-led economic development.

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