Energy & Green Tech

Offshore wind farms could power much of coastal China: study

Under the Paris Climate Agreement, China committed to rely on renewable resources for 20 percent of its energy needs by 2030. Currently, the country is on track to double that commitment, aiming to hit 40 percent by the next ...

Energy & Green Tech

Nanomaterials and lithium rechargeable batteries

(TechXplore)—In a review article in Nature Energy, Yongming Sun, Nian Liu, and Yi Cui from Stanford University survey how nanomaterials have advanced the field of lithium rechargeable batteries and what obstacles still ...

Engineering

Boosting memory performance with strong ion bombardment

Recently, researchers have developed new technology that dramatically improves the performance of flash memory by a strong ion bombardment process. This memory platform can reliably express multiple data in a single device, ...

Energy & Green Tech

Researchers propose new fix for Texas power vulnerabilities

One year after winter storms crippled Texas's electricity grid, contributing to more than 200 deaths, a Cornell University-led analysis recommends contracting improvements to reduce decentralized energy markets' vulnerability ...

Energy & Green Tech

Revitalizing batteries by bringing 'dead' lithium back to life

Researchers at the Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory and Stanford University may have found a way to revitalize rechargeable lithium batteries, potentially boosting the range of electric vehicles ...

Energy & Green Tech

Polish firm opens cutting-edge solar energy plant

A Polish company on Friday launched the world's first industrial production line of solar panels based on groundbreaking perovskite technology, which could revolutionise access to solar power.

Energy & Green Tech

How to invest in a fairer and low carbon energy system

Governments throughout the world have accelerated their ambitions towards effective climate change mitigation. What is clear, in this challenge of how to tackle the complex and global issue of climate change, is that there ...

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Capacity

Capacity is the ability to hold a fluid, very similar to volume.

Capacity may also refer to:

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