Magic pen was created by Tomsk company. Now it’s available even for children.
Professor of Tomsk Polytechnic University, Vice-President of the Board of Trustees of the university, Honored Power Engineer of Russia Nikolay Vyatkin opened the first in Western Siberia private mini-hydroelectric power plant (HPP) generating electricity from wastewater. Mini-HPP was launched on Tuesday in the village Orlovka, near Tomsk. This is the most powerful mini-hydroelectric power plant in Russia, it produces up to 1 MW of electricity.
Sinopec Corp is pushing ahead with plans to build China’s largest plant to convert coal into synthetic gas, shaking off worries the $10 billion scheme could be hit by cost overruns that have dogged similar projects.
Scientists at the University of Glasgow have made an exciting clean energy production breakthrough: they’ve discovered a new method for extracting hydrogen from water that is not only safer than current methods, it’s also an incredible 30 times faster. The process, published in the journal Science, also resolves issues associated with storing electricity generated by renewable resources by using that electricity to produce hydrogen, which can then be stored for later use.
A complex for the extraction and processing of landfill gas will be created in Ekaterinburg. The city administration and Swedish company Vireo Energy entered into an appropriate agreement. The project is going to be realized on the Shirokorechenskiy spoil disposal. The foreign partner will finance this project (170 million rubbles).
Cheaper petrol could be just around the corner with Australian scientists one step closer from turning water and sunlight into fuel
Australian scientists are one step closer from turning water and sunlight into an efficient supply of hydrogen-based fuel, new research has found.