[NREL] New Screening System Detects Algae with Increased H2 Production

NREL’s high-throughput screen facilitates the selection of novel H2-producing algae. Researchers at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) have developed a powerful method for screening through million-member algal libraries for strains with increased hydrogen production. Research should read: Closer Look Reveals New Insights on Enzymatic Catalysts for...

Learn About Waste Heat

Throughout the United States, an abundant source of emission-free power is being overlooked. This source is waste heat, a byproduct of industrial processes that could...

Learn About Waste-To-Energy

Waste-to-energy (WTE) is a reliable and renewable process of converting waste materials into electricity. Municipal waste is collected by local authorities from residential, commercial, and...

All About CFLs

CFLs produce light differently than incandescent bulbs. In an incandescent, electric current runs through a wire filament and heats the filament until it starts to...