A province in China made a strong case for renewable energy after successfully running on hydro, solar and wind power for a full week as part of a government test.
Under the trial conducted by the State Grid Corporation of China, the entire northwestern province of Qinghai used only renewable energy from June 17 to June 23.
If you always thought that fire can’t thrive on ice, it’s time for a change in perspective.
Chinese miners have successfully extracted “flammable ice” from the seafloor of the South China Sea, an event it called a “major breakthrough.”
India’s ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization) has something very ambitious in mind — they plan to start mining on the Moon to meet the country’s energy needs by the year 2030.
According to a report by Live Mint, the country’s leading space agency is working on a plan to mine Helium-3 rich lunar dust and bring it back to the Earth. This plan on mining dust of the moon was first revealed in February by Dr. Sivathanu Pillai.
China has become the worlds greatest producer of solar energy after doubling the nation’s photovoltaic capacity to 77.42 gigawatts at the end of 2016.
Despite the rapid growth, solar power represents only 1% of China’s total energy output, according to Reuters.
Using his revolutionary invention, a Japanese engineer is hoping to tap into a powerful and free energy source that is relatively abundant in his local region: the typhoon.
Known to be a regular occurrence in Japan, typhoons generate massive amounts of energy and Atsushi Shimizu claims he can utilize this power.