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Breakthrough Solar System Uses Recycled Aluminum to Store Energy—Without Batteries source:Good News NetworkA new renewable energy startup company has come up with a low-cost, zero-emissions solution to the thorny issue surrounding what happens when the sun isn’t shining and the wind isn’t blowing.Paradoxically, the more the world embraces clean energy like solar and wind, the more it must embrace something markedly less-clean—diesel fuel or batteries.In a building cut-off from a reliable grid powered by fossil fuel, diesel generators might be used to cover the hours of darkness when solar...
Release time: 2020 - 03 - 16
Fusion energy could be developed faster with the use of permanent magnets, according to researchers from Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL).source:E&T MagazinePermanent magnets can greatly simplify the design and production of fusion facilities, called stellarators, which are comprised of a set of complex twisted coils that spiral like stripes on a candy cane to produce magnetic fields that shape and control the plasma that fuels fusion reactions.Refrigerator-like permanent magnets could produce the hard part of these essential fields, the researchers believe, allowing simple, non-...
Release time: 2020 - 03 - 13
source:Junior Mining NetworkHALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA / ACCESSWIRE / March 11, 2020 / Namibia Critical Metals Inc. ('Namibia Critical Metals' or the 'Company') (TSXV:NMI) today announced that drilling has commenced at the Lofdal Heavy Rare Earths Project ('Lofdal') in Namibia. Contracts have also been executed with process engineering firms in South Africa to initiate metallurgical test work to evaluate mineral sorting technologies. The drilling and metallurgical test work are both part of the budgeted CD$3,000,000 Term 1 work program being carried out under the Lofdal Joint Venture with Japan Oil,...
Release time: 2020 - 03 - 12
source:Mirage NewsTownsville-based academics will lead research to underpin the next generation of Australia’s mining industry, creating more jobs and business opportunities.The Morrison Government is providing $573,068 to fund research led by James Cook University to improve our knowledge of Australia’s endowment of rare earth element resources, which are used for clean energy and high-tech applications.Member for Herbert Phillip Thompson said the James Cook University academics would lead a team of experts from local and international universities and organisations, like Geoscience Australia...
Release time: 2020 - 03 - 11
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