Daily Archives: January 4, 2021

Unbalanced power rates (Brazil)

By Rafael Herzberg Unbalanced energy rates (Brazil)The table shows:* Actual power costs* Energy tariffs granted by ANEEL to ENEL SP for industrial/commercial and institutional energy users connected at medium voltage (typically 13 kV) R$/MWh Amortization1151% per month, 240 months, investiment R$ 5 200/kW 1 USD = R$ 5,2Natural gas cost200Combined cycle @ 50%.. Click headline…

CE 18. MELA – Reducing Methane Emissions in Oil & Natural Gas Production ft Jackson Hegland

By Jerrod Downey Jackson is the Executive Director of the Methane Emissions Leadership Alliance: an industry association composed of methane reduction technology and service providers throughout Canada and the United States. He is also President of Modern West Advisory (https://www.modernwestadvisory.com/), a strategic consulting firm working with oil and gas industry, government, and clean technology.. Click…

First glimpse of polarons forming in a promising next-gen energy material

Polarons affect a material’s behavior, and may even be the reason that solar cells made with lead hybrid perovskites achieve extraordinarily high efficiencies in the lab. Now scientists have used an X-ray free-electron laser to directly see and measure the formation of these ephemeral atomic lattice distortions for the first time. Read Full Article Here…

Couple ready to leave.. tell us where to go

By Archaelus_Thorne We are a normal couple with no complications. Our beliefs are our own and forced on no one. We are straight forward thinkers. We can travel and adapt. We are done with this modern system. We are ready to commit to a new beginning. Hard working, discreet, willing to compromise. We have a…

A polarization-driven guide to making high-performance, versatile solar cells

When solar cells are exposed to sunlight, certain bound ‘charge pairs’ are generated in its components, which need to be separated for photocurrent generation. Ferroelectric materials, due to their spontaneous electric polarization, are highly efficient at charge separation but do poorly in light-to-electricity conversion. Now, scientists have demonstrated using theoretical calculations that antiperovskite oxides, a…

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