Car driving on formic acid: high potential new technology

Brains Award for car on formic acid

Dutch students Start Up ‘Team FAST’ is building world’s first car on formic acid. For this high potential technology, the team was honored with the Brains Award 2015.

Is Formic Acid the high potential new technology, cars are waiting for?

After Hydrogen, it seems to be a high potential one. 

Formic Acid is produced by using electricity. Wind farms or solar panels supply the power that is needed for the production of Formic Acid, thus it is completely carbon neutral. Read More

Search of infinite energy with 7,000 kilometers an hour

geothermal, energy, renewables, canon, start-up, US, Shell

The bullet accelerates up to 7000 kilometers/hour. Cheaper drilling for geothermal energy is the goal for this new technology

US start-up Hyper Sciences is developing a complex cannon gun in order to drill for geothermal energy kilometers deep costs effective.

Shell is investing $ 1 million in the start-up. Read More

5 Million US dollars for renewables competition Africa

CO2, Climate Change, Bati, Solar Power, Greenhouse gas, renewable, diesel, India, generator, irrigation

Isn’t it a great thing, to get 25 years worth of power for irrigation, with just 3 years of money spent on diesel / gas powered water pumps?

AccessAfrica, today launched the Access Co-Development Fund (‘ACF’), a US$ 5 million competition designed to bridge the gap between early stage renewable energy projects in Africa and the expertise and funding they require to come to operation. Read More

Enter and/or redesign the Cherokee-McDonough Challenge

Cherokee McDonough Challenge Finale 2013

Cherokee McDonough Challenge Finale 2013

Cherokee Fund in Raleigh, North Carolina USA, is an investment company that blends: capital with creativity, experience and resolve to provide superior financial, environmental and social returns for investors, partners and communities. One of their side-activities is the Cherokee-McDonough Challenge, for start-ups in sustainability.  Read More