A cutting-edge material, inspired by nature, that can regulate its own temperature and could equally be used to treat burns and help space capsules withstand atmospheric forces is under development.
Researchers document a new method for controlling the orientation of conducting molecules in organic solar cells that results in the enhanced light adsorption and performance of the cells.
Publication date: Available online 25 October 2018 Source: Renewable Energy Author(s): Ioannis Kougias, Sándor Szabó, Alexandros Nikitas, Nicolaos Theodossiou Abstract Several Mediterranean islands are not connected to the main electricity grid yet meaning that independent […]
Publication date: April 2019 Source: Renewable Energy, Volume 133 Author(s): Areej T. Almalkawi, Parviz Soroushian, Som S. Shrestha Abstract Experimental investigations and numerical analyses were conducted on the thermal attributes of a building system made […]
Publication date: April 2019 Source: Renewable Energy, Volume 133 Author(s): Ricardo Conceição, Hugo G. Silva, Luis Fialho, Francis M. Lopes, Manuel Collares-Pereira Abstract Local particle deposition and solar irradiance data, from Photovoltaic Geographical Information System […]
Publication date: April 2019 Source: Renewable Energy, Volume 133 Author(s): Murat Karabacak Abstract In this study, a new inertial power based perturb and observe method is proposed for wind turbines by considering the energy stored […]