⚡️ Energy

Energy production and consumption is becoming cleaner, cheaper and decentralized. With connected devices you as a consumer can take control of your energy consumption. Here you will also find content about batteries, smart grids, nuclear and other innovation in the energy field.

Linn Winge 2 min read

🌤 A solar project that is a Win-Win-Win-Win

A 10 megawatt community solar landfill project is being developed in New Jersey. The solar farm consists of two 5 MW systems and they can produce enough electricity for about 2000 homes.

Kent Olofsson 2 min read

🌊 Swedish company is building the world's largest facility for wave power

A wave power plant in Ordu in Turkey is to become the largest land-based plant in the world.

Mathias Sundin 3 min read

💡 Optimist’s Edge: Electricity too cheap to meter

💡 With storage and the ability to share energy you can get all the electricity you need for a low flat fee, creating a new society.

Kent Olofsson 1 min read

☀ 90 percent of all new electricity will be renewable

The war in Ukraine and increased awareness of the climate crisis means that the expansion of renewable electricity will break records in the coming years.

Mathias Sundin 2 min read

⚡ Nuclear fusion breakthrough: More energy out than in

For the first time in history, scientists have managed to produce more energy from nuclear fusion than what was required for the lasers to drive it.

Alexander Engelin 2 min read

☀️ New insight leads to better organic solar cells

A new method to describe energy loss in organic solar cells provides new insight that paves the way for more efficient devices.

Linn Winge 2 min read

☀️ Floating solar farm track sun's rays to absorb more energy

A new floating solar farm developed by a Portuguese company tracks the sun’s rays in order to absorb more energy.

Alexander Engelin 2 min read

🔋 New path towards better rechargeable batteries

A previously unknown process shows the way to better performance in rechargeable batteries.

Kent Olofsson 2 min read

🔋 Batteries last 50 percent longer with new material

A new material might make it possible to not have to replace fixed batteries as often as is currently needed.