Aided by the reality that all of the Europe will soon be seriously curtailing gas and diesel sales (while some countries are planning to outright ban them), the switch to the plug-in cars is now in high gear.
Autoblog caught up with Porsche's Michael Steiner and Klaus Zellmer at the recent Frankfurt Motor Show. Steiner is a board member for Research and Development and Zellmer is President of Porsche Cars North America. The talk was regarding the automa
A 100 meter to 150 meter solar array that is attuned to the lithium ion will be about 70% efficient.
Philip Lubin, University of California, Santa Barbara, Directed Energy for Interstellar Study Starting at 26 minutes of this video.
The X3 thruster was designed by researchers at the University of Michigan in cooperation with NASA and the U.S. Air Force.
The greatest scam being perpetrated against taxpayers and consumers is renewable energy, according to a new analysis published by the Australian, greater even than Ponzi, Madoff and Enron.
The death toll continues to rise because of the California wildfires currently scorching across wine country. With 23 dead and hundreds missing, the fires are labeled as a "serious critical catastrophic event" complete with power grid failures.
Lithium-ion batteries are the current reigning energy-storage champion, powering everything from phones to cars. But as good as it is as an electrode material, lithium is relatively rare, and the cost of mining and refining it can blow out the budget
A key focus of electric vehicle (EV) makers is maximizing the range users can get from each charge, and for that reason new battery technologies are poised to play a huge part in driving their adoption.
A piece of research in which the UPV/EHU-University of the Basque Country has participated confirms that merely observing a flow of energy or particles can change its direction.
LPP Fusion has submitted a paper for peer review to the journal Physics of Plasmas, in which Lerner and his coauthors claim to have produced a confined mean ion energy of 200 kiloelectron volts, equivalent to a temperature of over 2 billion kelvins.
A research group led by professor Jan D. Miller of the University of Utah's Department of Metallurgical Engineering has received a $191,700 grant to aid the development and commercialization of a solid polymer electrolyte/electrode technology for l
Rice University lab finds asphalt-nanoribbon anode more efficient, resistant to dendrites