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Harvesting drinking water from the air with the power of space

Obtaining fresh drinking water from the air has been very energy intensive for a long time. Researchers at ETH Zurich have now invented a currentless technology that uses the cooling of space for this. The new device essentially consists of a specially coated pane of glass that both reflects solar radiation and radiates its own heat

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Hot diodes! Banned cheap cooking and electricity for the world’s poor?

The establishment sees itself endangered by the social energy turnaround, as I myself got to understand from my sisters (!) Through enormous hostility and the associated financial loss. One more reason to stand up for it: Direct DC solar power (DDS) can inexpensively cook food and charge devices. The insulation of the cooking space enables

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Silver plants and double-sided modules cool your roof and increase the yield by 16%

The design options with modules on both sides and green roofs are large and very interesting. Cities are increasingly having a problem; they get hot too quickly. Green roofs are ideal, as they can actively cool the roof through the evaporation cold. But the question is often whether a white roof is not more efficient due to

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How our clouds stay bright and why we should mirror dark roofs

Architecture and taste are also subject to a trend. In a society that is currently overwhelmed by stimuli, people long for clear lines and tidy architecture. Maybe an explanation why there are more and more dark roofs, dark walls and dark aluminum fences and less green. Our history and our associated growth also seem to produce more

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IEA: 630GW of solar to be deployed annually by 2030 to reach net-zero – Mtoe to TWp Calculator

PV Tech | Developers will need to install the equivalent of “the world’s largest solar park roughly every day” by 2030 to support global net-zero emissions targets, according to a new report. The International Energy Agency (IEA) has released its first Net-Zero Strategy today (18 May). Called Net Zero by 2050: A roadmap for the

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Bifacial modules on flat roofs provide a quick and easy ROI – enough to cool our cities

 Can we have both? An ideal Performance Ratio Photovoltaic Project and enough Return of Investment to rebuild our cities to become more resilient against urban heat islands? We learned these days, that with no mitigation, cities will turn into ovens. We will see an increase of 4.4 ° Celcius! This is huge and will be

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