Daily Archives: August 26, 2019

Maximizing renewables through AI-powered software

By Michelle Froese FUERGY aims to optimize energy consumption for the 21st century with a focus on renewable energy sources and decentralization. The AI-powered software provider recently launched FUERGY Business, a product designed for businesses using an AI-powered solution backed by blockchain that helps its users optimize their consumption and maximize efficiency. It is possible…

Ergodyne adds to its cold-weather N-Ferno line of safety gear

By Michelle Froese Freezing temperatures can slow down decision-making and lead to unintentional mistakes, according to Ergodyne. This means outdoor workers should make staying warm a priority.In preparation of the winter months ahead, Ergodyne announced its launch of new products to their extensive line of N-Ferno cold-weather gear. These new additions come just in time…

A trio of reports highlight growth of wind energy in 2018

By Michelle Froese The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has released annual market reports documenting data and trends in wind installations, technologies, costs, prices, and performance through the end of 2018 for three sectors: utility-scale land-based, offshore, and distributed wind. The 2018 Wind Technologies Market Report — now in its 13 consecutive year — provides…

Researchers demonstrate effective silicon-based thermoelectric generators

By mmillikin A University of Texas at Dallas physicist has teamed with Texas Instruments Inc. to demonstrate thermoelectric generators (TEGs) created using nanostructured silicon thermopiles fabricated on an industrial silicon complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor (CMOS) process line. Described in a paper in the journal Nature Electronics, these TEGs exhibit a high specific power generation capacity (up to…

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