Energy
Your next phone could charge in milliseconds

Thanks to Mxene, your next smartphone might recharge in milliseconds instead of minutes or hours.


The world’s first battery-free phone.

A cell phone that can never run out of battery could mean the difference between life and death for people in emergency situation...


Researchers develop method to 'instantly recharge' batteries

Researchers from the US have developed a safe, affordable and environment friendly method that can 'instantly recharge' batteries...


The world's first electric flying car takes off

Watch Lilium’s successful test flight of the world’s first electric VTOL jet - the five-seater version is planned to be used ...


Electric car charging towers could replace gas stations

This urban development concept by Ennead Lab is a cool futuristic alternative to traditional gas stations, but can the infrastruc...


World’s largest solar power producer is now China

While China's solar energy capacity isn't that impressive when compared to the size of its population, it's showing a renewed ded...


Apple looks forward to use Renewable Energy for Japan Manufacturing

Apple in their latest newsletters claim, they are going to power all of their manufacturing units in Japan with 100 percent re...


Solar iphone!! Apple makes it go green on ipad & iphone.

Apple is planning to go the green way to charge up the iphones and ipads, draining away at those small batteries and barely allow...


Completely Solar powered Islands

Power to get cheaper in three islands in the South Pacific. The direct power from nature is being used by the three islands, sola...