Sponsh absorbs water from air

 

sponsh water from air

Sponsh water from air

Sponsh absorbs water from air and releases it. When it‘s cold, like during the night, Sponsh gets moisture from the air to exude during the day.

It is a temperature-sensitive special coating, that is hydrophilic with low temperatures and hydrophobic with high temperatures.

It consists for 90 percent of recycled PET. You can roll Sponsh as a cloth around almond trees or vines, but also place it on the ground to directly provide crops with water.

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Finally: solar needles make fuel from water

Nano, hydro gas, oxygen gas, renewables, polymer, TU Eindhoven

Solar needles of gallium phosphide, can cleave water, to hydrogen gas and oxygen gas.

It seems pure alchemy, but it’s solid science:

Researchers managed to create fuel directly from sunlight and water. In an article in Nature Communications last Friday, they presented nanowires, pulling hydrogen from water molecules.  Read More

Windmills on the sky building generate 15% less energy

the wind yield could have been up to 15%

Wind turbines set wrong. The wind yield could have been up to 15%

The Bahrain World Trade Center was the first Tower with integrated wind turbines in the world.

Now it appears that the designers have not thought carefully about the orientation. 

If the turbines had been placed exactly opposite, the yield of the turbines had been nearly 15 % higher, concludes Professor Bert Blocken TU Eindhoven.

In theory you should be able to generate up to 31% annually more energy with the rearward placement of the turbines calculated Blocken.

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