Wind Turbine Advancements

Wind turbines have come a long way since their inception in the 1880s. Today, they are a common sight in many parts of the world, providing clean energy to power homes and businesses. In the last five years, wind turbine technology has undergone some significant changes, updates, and improvements. These advancements have resulted in increased efficiency, improved reliability, and reduced … Read More

How Do Hydro Powered Cars Work?

Hydrogen-powered cars, also known as fuel cell vehicles, work by converting hydrogen gas into electricity to power an electric motor that drives the vehicle. Here’s how the process works: Hydrogen gas is stored in high-pressure tanks onboard the vehicle. The hydrogen gas is then sent through a device called a fuel cell stack. Inside the stack, the hydrogen gas is … Read More

Three Factors That Effect Solar Tilt

Solar tilt, also known as the angle of incidence, refers to the angle at which sunlight strikes a solar panel. The optimal solar tilt for a solar panel varies depending on the location, season, and desired energy output. In this essay, we will explore the various factors that influence solar tilt and its impact on the efficiency of solar panels. … Read More

Hydro Power Questions From a 7th Grader

At we love getting questions from interested readers and doing our best to provide answers. Recently we received some fantastic questions from a 7th grader doing a project on hydroelectric power. If you have any questions feel free to Contact Us and our team will get back to you as soon as possible!   I am a Grade 7 … Read More

AirBNB for Solar Power

Solar power prices have dropped around 50% in many places without a corresponding increase in new solar power projects, especially for private residents. Inflexible conditions prevent people who may otherwise choose to have a solar powered home, even if the homeowners have a preference to use renewable energy instead of fossil fuels. Often times ones home may be facing an … Read More

Net Metering

Large cap utilities companies are a staple of American industry and culture. Such a staple that they are represented on the original monopoly board, and just about every home/business owner or renter in the country has at some point been under the grips of one of these companies and has paid an electricity bill. But times are changing, and new … Read More

Saudi Arabia to focus more on solar power?

Saudi Arabia, the world’s biggest oil exporter, may also see their solar energy exports climb toward the top of this list.  A country that has made so much of it’s money on oil exports is also a geographical powerhouse for the production of solar energy and plans to have at least around 40 GW of solar production by the year … Read More

LightSail Spacecraft

Some positive news in space exploration as the LightSail Spacecraft has regained function and connection with it’s command team after about eight days of silence from malfunctions and unexpected silence. The LightSail which uses force from the collisions of photons against it’s mylar sail (much like a sailboat uses wind – see diagram below) is the first of two LightSail … Read More

Solar panels could definitely power the world – A new MIT study

It’s not a matter of how, we know how to use the sun’s energy to produce electricity, it’s a matter of action. When will we start taking more advantage of our closest star? The technology is already here and it’s time to start investing. This is according estimations from a new study at MIT that says we’ve got what it … Read More

Tesla Turbine

The Tesla Turbine, as you may have guessed, was patented by Nikola Tesla in 1913.  Tesla had nearly 300 patents and countless ideas and inventions, but frequently referenced his particular turbine innovation as one of his most important. The word turbine in this situation can be misleading.  Most turbines are designed with a shaft and blades, and the blades are usually what … Read More