#Electricity

New tech harnesses energy by mixing freshwater and seawater

5 months ago — Long Read

Engineers at Stanford have created a new battery made from affordable and durable materials which can generate energy in places where salt and fresh waters mingle. The new tech could...

Rice device converts heat to light

5 months ago — Long Read

A new carbon nanotube film created by Engineers at Rice University converts waste heat into light and electricity. The new invention could make solar panels (and anything that wastes energy...

Meet the Bacteria That Eat Pollution and Breathe Electricity

9 months ago — Long Read

A team of Scientists from Washington State University (WSU) have found a type of Bacteria which eats pollution and 'breathes' electricity Fissure Group, Heart Lake Geyser Basin The team pioneered...

Tesla Powerpacks shipped to Puerto Rico

2 years ago — Quick Read

Elon Musk has made good on his word to help bring power back to Puerto Rico - sending hundreds of Powerwall battery packs to the island.

Infographic — Electrical Engineers & Climate Change

3 years ago — Long Read

Why Electrical Engineers Play an Essential Part in Addressing Climate Change CO2 or Carbon Dioxide Emissions are an inevitable result of energy use around the world. When society uses energy,...

Welcome to the island of Ta’u – (almost) entirely powered by solar panels

3 years ago — Long Read

Tesla and SolarCity have announced they have (almost) entirely powered the small island of Ta'u in American Samoa with solar panels.