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A team of researchers from the University of Central Florida have found a way that could make generating energy from the sun even more ubiquitous by creating a spray coating that can be used on bridges, houses, or even skyscrapers so
The revised National Automotive Policy (NAP) scheduled to be announced in early 2020 will focus on connected vehicles advanced driving capabilities and energy efficient powertrains, Malaysia Automotive, Robotic and IoT Institute (MARii) chief executive officer Datuk Madani Sahari said.
A report by the Carbon Brief website found that renewable energy – from wind, solar, hydro and biomass projects – grew by 9% last year and was the UK’s largest electricity source in March, August, September and December.
The Benban plant, one of the world’s largest solar parks now provides nearly 1.5 GW to Egypt’s national grid and has brought down the price of solar energy at a time when the government is phasing out electricity subsidies.
TECH TRENDS 2020 predicted by Telenor Group has highlighted 20 fast-moving smart trends and set the backdrop for Sabah and Sarawak to be part of the fourth Industrial Revolution.
The latest UN climate conference by the numbers: $100 million, 27,000 attendees, 1 prominent Swedish teenager, and 0 tangible outcomes
The 25th iteration of the United Nations’ biggest annual conference on climate change, COP25, came to an end on Sunday in Madrid, Spain. But despite a year of increased climate cognizance worldwide, the 13 days of negotiations yielded few tangible
Google is an enormous company, but its physical presence is almost entirely out of sight. Google has an energy department that figures out how to power with renewable energy.
Any economic and conservation benefits associated with time-of-use electricity billing could be achieved at the expense of some of the most vulnerable citizens in our society: people with disabilities and the elderly, new research suggests.
Sarawak is pursuing a balanced and holistic energy development strategy to ensure energy security, sustainability and affordability to reduce dependence on fossil fuels and non-renewable resources.
Each of the GCC countries is working to diversify its economy away from oil dependence and to increase the private sector’s share of the economy. However, the high capital productivity of the energy sector makes diversification difficult and government investments