In Finland, households could stay warm with Solar Heat.
Solar heating could provide between 53% and 81% of annual domestic heating energy consumption according to a new study, done by the Aalto University in Finland. Read More
Utilities have been studying batteries nationwide. But none have moved ahead with the gusto of those in Southern California.
After the giant gas leak in Oct. 2016, Californian engineers decided to turn to another technology, batteries.
They freed up the utilities to start installing batteries – huge battery sites.
And, as a result: it’s the worlds first battery side test of this size. Read More
Just as Thomas Edison said in 1931: “There’s enough solar energy hitting the earth every hour to replace all energy sources used globally in a year.”
But only 1% of energy used comes from the sun? Solar power is growing.
This green energy will soon be running engines 24/7. It will generate both power and air conditioning. Read More
This WavePower Generator mini-model is the first to use the whole elliptic way of movement of the waves. And by that takes the full advantage of the wave energy in order to produce electricity. Fully patented, the most efficient device for producing electricity from wave’s energy.
The wave energy potential is
The WavePower generator is capable of gathering almost 30% of the waves energy potential.
Prior calculations show that the total cost of energy (financing, building and maitenance) for 20 years should be around USD 0.02/KWh.
For additional information and investors relations, please contact Yossi Levy, Founder of Wave-Power Technologies
P.O. Box. 5031
Kfar-Yona, Israel 40300