https://gosmartsolar.com - You may not know it yet, but installing solar carports is a good move. While a regular canopy or carport offers cover and shade for cars, it’s also a missed opportunity. The solar industry has found a way to make additional use of these structures by remaking them into solar carports, also known as solar canopies.
http://renewsable.net - Finding time to stop, plug in and recharge could become history, with scientists developing a new electrode design that could charge batteries in seconds instead of hours. They say it could solve not only the pain of recharging phones, but also solve one of the primary issues holding back the electric vehicle market. Previous research […]The post This New Material Could Let Phones and Electric Cars Charge in Seconds appeared first on Renewsable.net.
http://renewsable.net - In France in the summer of 2003, so many people died that the mortuaries over-flowed with bodies and refrigerated lorries had to be used instead. The cause was the country’s worst-ever heatwave, which saw temperatures hit a record 44.1°C in Conqueyrac, near Montpellier in southern France. Some 15,000 deaths were attributed to the searing heat, which also […]The post Study Shows France Could Face ‘Mega-Heatwaves’ of More Than 122° F by 2100 appeared first on Renewsable.net.
http://renewsable.net - Last year, Apple was rumored to be working on an autonomous all-electric car codenamed ‘Project Titan’. The company later confirmed development work on an autonomous driving platform and CEO Tim Cook even referred to it as “a core technology” for the company, but it showed signs of giving up on developing an actual car. But now Apple […]The post Apple Is Secretly Working on Electric Car Batteries With China’s Biggest Battery Maker appeared first on Renewsable.net.
http://renewsable.net - Almost all plastic now resides as litter or micro-plastics pollution in the natural environment, or buried in landfills. As of 2015, only 9% of the plastics made to date have been recycled, and only 12% incinerated — together accounting for around 2 billion metric tons of plastic — according to the new research. The other […]The post Most of the 8.3 Billion Metric Tons of Plastic Humans Have Made Is Now Litter appeared first on Renewsable.net.
http://renewsable.net - Good news for Canadian electric car drivers or soon-to-be electric car drivers. A new network of DC fast-charging stations has been announced to cover the Trans-Canada Highway in a currently underserved region between Ontario and Manitoba. Interestingly, the stations will be equipped with energy storage systems in order to make sure it can deliver fast-charging […]The post The Trans-Canada Highway Is About to Get 34 Fast-Charging Stations for Electric Vehicles appeared first on Renewsable.net.
http://renewsable.net - Scientists at USC and Cal Tech have discovered a way to greatly speed up the process of transforming carbon dioxide into alkaline water, effectively neutralizing the gas, a development that could be a boon in the fight against excessive greenhouse gas emissions. To understand how the process works, think about soda water. Sip soda water […]The post Scientists Have Great Hopes for a Little Miracle Enzyme That Can Transform Carbon Dioxide Into Alkaline Water appeared first on Renewsable.net.
http://renewsable.net - Normally, the hottest years on record occur when the underlying human-caused global warming trend gets a temporary boost from an El Niño’s enhanced warming in the tropical Pacific. So it’s been a surprise to climate scientists that 2017 has been so remarkably warm — because the last El Niño ended a year ago. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) reported Tuesday […]The post 2017 Is So Unexpectedly Warm It’s Freaking Out Climate Scientists appeared first on Renewsable.net.