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DFRobot | April 11, 2022
DFRobot has launched a series of sensors for air, environmental, and gas detection. The Air Quality Sensor utilizes cutting-edge TrueVOC technology in conjunction with Metal Oxide (MOX) technology, ensuring the sensor's high accuracy, rapid response, and robust anti-interference performance. The Multifunctional Environmental Sensor utilizes a more simplified and appropriate layout design and heat conduction, thereby ensuring data accuracy; The Gas Detection Sensor Series detects 12 different...
Cemvita Factory | February 18, 2022
The Gold Hydrogen Program, a coalition of organizations seeking to support the scale of this clean energy resource, announced its launch — and the debut of a pilot microbial Gold Hydrogen Process — during this week's 2nd American Hydrogen Forum.
A joint industry partnership to commercialize clean, gold hydrogen, the program's founding members include Cemvita Factory (innovator in low-carbon microbial solutions for energy and mining resource extraction, producti...
Renewable Energy Magazine | February 06, 2020
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced up to $125.5 million in new funding to advance solar technology research. “Solar energy has grown tremendously in the last decade,” said U.S. Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette. “The research and development supported by this investment will build on the technological foundations necessary to continue the solar industry’s growth and preserve American energy choice, independence, and security.” In addition to the solar funding announcement, EERE ...
Theverge | May 03, 2020
Transforming America into a country that runs on clean energy is one way experts hope to alleviate the devastating economic downturn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. With unemployment soaring and oil prices in a free fall, it’s looking highly unlikely that the US will simply step back into “business as usual.” Even though the pandemic is still raging, policy experts, climate action advocates, and scientists have all started drawing up plans that could save Americans from both t...
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