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About: <p>Fossil&nbsp;fuels&nbsp;are non-renewable, they draw on finite resources that will eventually dwindle, becoming too expensive or too environmentally damaging to retrieve. In contrast, the many types of&nbsp;renewable energy&nbsp;resources such as wind and solar&nbsp;energy are constantly replenished and will never run out.<br />Wind turbines and solar panels are an increasingly common sight. But why? What are the benefits of renewable energies and how do they improve our health, environment, and economy?</p> <p>The WhatsOrb category &lsquo;Energy&rsquo; explores and shows the many positive impacts of clean energy, including the benefits of&nbsp;<a href="https://www.whatsorb.com/solution/energy/wind">wind</a>,&nbsp;<a href="https://www.whatsorb.com/solution/energy/solar">solar</a> and&nbsp;geothermal. Next to it critical articles about nuclear and unknown energy sources.</p> <p>If there was an urge to come up with renewable energy forms and to ​​change energy use, it is now! WhatsOrb Global Sustainability X-change Platform is for you, storytellers and influencers to write about these topics and share them with the world. How you minimalize your energy consumption, the solar panels you choose and how did you isolate your house. In a nutshell; how to change your and other people&rsquo;s lifestyle.</p> <p>Global sustainability X change, that is what you can do together with WhatsOrb. <a href="https://www.whatsorb.com/blog/your-shared-sustainable-ideas-make-our-earth-a-better-place">What's in it for me</a>?</p>
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Solar Energy Turned Into Liquid Fuel Can Be Stored 18 Years
It works like a rechargeable battery, which is charged by the sun.  A major discovery in the field of solar fuel could make it possible to store solar energy for years to come. It is hard to believe that we are still using fossil fuels that contribute to climate change. We have a sun bombing our planet daily with abundant, clean, renewable energy. However, fossil fuels do have an often overlooked advantage over solar energy, which has long prevented solar energy from really popping up: they are fuel. Sunlight in a bottle? Solar energy, for all its benefits, does not come in the form of fuel, which essentially means it cannot be stored easily. This could now all change, following a breakthrough in the development of a fuel that can capture and save the sun's energy. Scientists say that this fuel can store that energy for up to 18 years, reports NBC. Call it 'sunlight in a bottle'. Researchers in Sweden have detected a specialised liquid that operates like a rechargeable battery. The sunlight shines on the device, and the fluid absorbs it. At a later stage, that energy can be released as heat by merely adding a catalyst. This remarkable discovery could be how we power our homes by 2030. How to get sunlight in and heat out? "A  solar thermal fuel is like a rechargeable battery, but instead of electricity, you put sunlight in and get heat out, triggered on demand," explained Jeffrey Grossman, who is in charge of the MIT lab working on the project.  It is incredibly easy. The liquid consists of a molecule of carbon, hydrogen and nitrogen that reacts to the presence of sunlight by shifting its atomic bonds. The particle, fundamentally, transforms the molecule into a cage that "captures" the energy of the sun. Surprisingly enough, this energy content is retained even after the liquid itself has cooled to room temperature. To release the energy, pass the liquid over a cobalt-containing catalyst, returning the molecules to their original form. As a result: energy from sunlight comes from the cage as heat. "And when we come to extract the energy and use it, we get a warmth increase which is greater than we dared to hope for," says Kasper Moth-Poulsen, one of the team members. A rechargeable device that does not lose capacity Early results have shown that once the liquid has passed by the catalyst, it heats up with 113 degrees Fahrenheit. But researchers believe that with the right mixes they can elevate the output to 230 degrees Fahrenheit or more. Noted today, the system can double the power capacity of Tesla's reputed Powerwall batteries. This has drawn the attention of countless investors.  Even better, researchers have tested the liquid through as many as 125 cycles. The particle has shown almost no degradation. In short, it is a rechargeable battery that continues to take charge without losing much capacity over many applications. What is it being used for? The technology is intended to be applied for domestic heating systems, like powering a building's water heater, dishwasher, dryer, etc. Since the energy comes in the form of fuel, it can be stored and used even when the sun is not shining. It should also be possible to  transport energy through pipes or trucks.  If everything goes as planned - and it seems to be going much better than expected so far - researchers estimate that the technology could be available for commercial use within ten years. Given the rapidly escalating climate change crisis, this could not happen fast enough. https://www.whatsorb.com/category/energy
It works like a rechargeable battery, which is charged by the sun.  A major discovery in the field of solar fuel could make it possible to store solar energy for years to come. It is hard to believe that we are still using fossil fuels that contribute to climate change. We have a sun bombing our planet daily with abundant, clean, renewable energy. However, fossil fuels do have an often overlooked advantage over solar energy, which has long prevented solar energy from really popping up: they are fuel. Sunlight in a bottle? Solar energy, for all its benefits, does not come in the form of fuel, which essentially means it cannot be stored easily. This could now all change, following a breakthrough in the development of a fuel that can capture and save the sun's energy. Scientists say that this fuel can store that energy for up to 18 years, reports NBC. Call it 'sunlight in a bottle'. Researchers in Sweden have detected a specialised liquid that operates like a rechargeable battery. The sunlight shines on the device, and the fluid absorbs it. At a later stage, that energy can be released as heat by merely adding a catalyst. This remarkable discovery could be how we power our homes by 2030. How to get sunlight in and heat out? "A  solar thermal fuel is like a rechargeable battery, but instead of electricity, you put sunlight in and get heat out, triggered on demand," explained Jeffrey Grossman, who is in charge of the MIT lab working on the project.  It is incredibly easy. The liquid consists of a molecule of carbon, hydrogen and nitrogen that reacts to the presence of sunlight by shifting its atomic bonds. The particle, fundamentally, transforms the molecule into a cage that "captures" the energy of the sun. Surprisingly enough, this energy content is retained even after the liquid itself has cooled to room temperature. To release the energy, pass the liquid over a cobalt-containing catalyst, returning the molecules to their original form. As a result: energy from sunlight comes from the cage as heat. "And when we come to extract the energy and use it, we get a warmth increase which is greater than we dared to hope for," says Kasper Moth-Poulsen, one of the team members. A rechargeable device that does not lose capacity Early results have shown that once the liquid has passed by the catalyst, it heats up with 113 degrees Fahrenheit. But researchers believe that with the right mixes they can elevate the output to 230 degrees Fahrenheit or more. Noted today, the system can double the power capacity of Tesla's reputed Powerwall batteries. This has drawn the attention of countless investors.  Even better, researchers have tested the liquid through as many as 125 cycles. The particle has shown almost no degradation. In short, it is a rechargeable battery that continues to take charge without losing much capacity over many applications. What is it being used for? The technology is intended to be applied for domestic heating systems, like powering a building's water heater, dishwasher, dryer, etc. Since the energy comes in the form of fuel, it can be stored and used even when the sun is not shining. It should also be possible to  transport energy through pipes or trucks.  If everything goes as planned - and it seems to be going much better than expected so far - researchers estimate that the technology could be available for commercial use within ten years. Given the rapidly escalating climate change crisis, this could not happen fast enough. https://www.whatsorb.com/category/energy
Solar Energy Turned Into Liquid Fuel Can Be Stored 18 Years
Solar Energy Turned Into Liquid Fuel Can Be Stored 18 Years
Solar And Battery-Based Generator: Electricity Anywhere
If you are looking to generate energy in a mobile or off-grid place, this most likely requires a petrol generator. These polluting generators are used pretty much on a daily basis by building companies, farmers, and festivals. And while it certainly does not help the environment, it is the only option, for now. Environmentally friendly Needless to say, they are far from environmentally friendly. It is mostly based on the decade-old car technology. Back then, there were no strict regulations regarding emissions. This allowed car manufacturers and other users of petrol generators to pollute freely. While they are decidedly not ‘green’, there is an added downside, as they are generally very noisy and user-unfriendly as well. This is not to mention the huge amount of fuel that it consumes. Now, Volta Energy has created an alternative! The Volta Naos is a solar and battery-based system that can power the same devices or machinery as used by builders, farmers, and festival organizers alike - all while not using any fuel. This makes the system more sustainable. On top of that, it is silent and more user-friendly. Oh, did we mention that it is also a lot cheaper to operate? The Volta Naos is a modular system. This means that it can be extended or reduced through clicking on an extra battery and solar module . The latter uses a sun tracking system to maximize yield, which is a great way of using renewable energy sources effectively. And no, this system is not massive and top-heavy either. Even better, it can be transported using a van or a trailer. Additionally, the system as a whole can be lifted by a person (in line with relevant ARBO legislation). All of this makes it the ideal successor of the old-fashioned generators. Volta Energy has just successfully finished its prototyping phase and is scaling up its production of Naos systems. The first customer, that effectively launched it, was a city in the direct vicinity of the company’s base. This summer, several systems were rented out to users who had previously only used petrol generators, which led to great and valuable feedback. For the next year, Volta Energy is looking to 'green up' as many festivals as possible. They aim to do so by matching the price of the system with the price of a petrol generator. As such, cost can no longer be the reason for not opting for the more sustainable solution. Currently, the rental website is under construction to fit it to this purpose, while more rental systems are set up and a renting corporation is put in place. All to be ready for what is to come! Interested in the company? Or are you interesting in renting the Volta Naos for the weekend? Find out more at www.volta-energy.com .  https://www.whatsorb.com/category/energy
If you are looking to generate energy in a mobile or off-grid place, this most likely requires a petrol generator. These polluting generators are used pretty much on a daily basis by building companies, farmers, and festivals. And while it certainly does not help the environment, it is the only option, for now. Environmentally friendly Needless to say, they are far from environmentally friendly. It is mostly based on the decade-old car technology. Back then, there were no strict regulations regarding emissions. This allowed car manufacturers and other users of petrol generators to pollute freely. While they are decidedly not ‘green’, there is an added downside, as they are generally very noisy and user-unfriendly as well. This is not to mention the huge amount of fuel that it consumes. Now, Volta Energy has created an alternative! The Volta Naos is a solar and battery-based system that can power the same devices or machinery as used by builders, farmers, and festival organizers alike - all while not using any fuel. This makes the system more sustainable. On top of that, it is silent and more user-friendly. Oh, did we mention that it is also a lot cheaper to operate? The Volta Naos is a modular system. This means that it can be extended or reduced through clicking on an extra battery and solar module . The latter uses a sun tracking system to maximize yield, which is a great way of using renewable energy sources effectively. And no, this system is not massive and top-heavy either. Even better, it can be transported using a van or a trailer. Additionally, the system as a whole can be lifted by a person (in line with relevant ARBO legislation). All of this makes it the ideal successor of the old-fashioned generators. Volta Energy has just successfully finished its prototyping phase and is scaling up its production of Naos systems. The first customer, that effectively launched it, was a city in the direct vicinity of the company’s base. This summer, several systems were rented out to users who had previously only used petrol generators, which led to great and valuable feedback. For the next year, Volta Energy is looking to 'green up' as many festivals as possible. They aim to do so by matching the price of the system with the price of a petrol generator. As such, cost can no longer be the reason for not opting for the more sustainable solution. Currently, the rental website is under construction to fit it to this purpose, while more rental systems are set up and a renting corporation is put in place. All to be ready for what is to come! Interested in the company? Or are you interesting in renting the Volta Naos for the weekend? Find out more at www.volta-energy.com .  https://www.whatsorb.com/category/energy
Solar And Battery-Based Generator: Electricity Anywhere
Solar And Battery-Based Generator: Electricity Anywhere
Solar Power Without Panels On Your Roof
The urge for energy is getting bigger every day and the old fossils fuels are polluting and over time will run out. So why not start using solar power in a simple way. Thus, to be more sustainable and getting used to organize your live without gas, oil or coal generated energy To collect solar power by solar panels is not possible for everyone. For some its too expensive to buy panels, some have no roof to install them. And even when people have a roof it is not always pointing in the right direction. Fortunate there is still more and more small-scale techniques where solar cells are integrated. There are a lot of innovative ways to harvest solar power without the need of expensive solar panels. Solar powered bike If your bike is standing still it will be charged by solar cells. When in use, the battery and the solar cells will supply the energy for the engine when in motion. There are bikes which run on solar power and don’t require peddling because they run on the solar power which is absorbed. Solar bikes store the generated electricity in batteries. The stored electricity can be used to power the bike but it also can be used to charge small electric devices like: phones and tablets. Of course, phones are nowadays often used to navigate while biking. Solar Lights Lights and especially LED lights don't use a lot of electricity. Therefor it is not necessary to install solar panels. Many of these solar lights are used in developing countries, where there is no grid or if there is no money to install solar panels. Often it are lights combined with solar cells. They can be charged at daytime and some of the solar lights go on for ten hours. There are also solar lights which are specially developed for use outside. Some are even provided with a motion sensor which can be used for security. It only lights up when motion is detected. Solar Power Plug Its a small box which is portable. It can be mounted on a wall or window. There is an outlet where you can plug in electronical devices. The box itself exists out of solar cells and a battery. Because the box is portable you can take it anywhere the recharge your low voltage equipment. 'Power on the go'. Solar Powered Backpacks We all like to travel and because of all the electric gadgets we nowadays have we need also electricity. Some backpacks are provided with solar cells so you can carry your stuff and generate electricity at the same time. The backpacks are waterproof and you can charge your phone or tablet while 'on the move' There are also solar backpacks which have an integrated battery. So even in the evening you have electricity for a light and to get connected with the outside world. Solar Cookers Solar Cookers Cooking costs a lot of energy. Besides in many countries people still use wood or charcoal. Solar cookers make it possible to cook without using above or gas or electricity. There are many different kinds of solar cookers. Box cookers with solar panels on the side which absorb the heat. Photo by: Hans van der Broek. Solar Box demonstration. Solar box developed by: Vietnam Solar Serve The parabola designed cookers are very efficient. You put a pan in the centre of the mirror and all solar energy gets concentred in the middle where the pan with water or food is. With a little sun it will start cooking already very fast. You also can put a metal plate in the centre for barbequing. Cooking generally cost an enormous amount of energy and using these solar cookers saves lots of electric energy, gas and wood. So, no use of fossil fuels, less pollution and thus better for the environment. Photo by: Hans van der Broek. Solar cooker demonstration Cam Nam Island, Hoi An, Vietnam Solar Water Heaters There are solar water heaters in all kind of versions and sizes. There are which have oil or water filled tubes. The oil filled tubes stay longer warm and their heat release lasts longer. When mounted on a roof in the sun it will generate hot water as long as the sun shines. Its already common use in tropical countries for industrial and residential use. Portable Solar Generator If you need more electricity than just for charging your phone or tablet you can buy a solar generator. You can combine this generator with small solar panels. Together you have a powerful self-sufficient electricity system. Of course, the unite are supplied with different outputs from USB to 2020 Volt. Lights, electric tools, cool-boxes, laptops, smartphones and other equipment can be supplied with energy with this 'portable socket' Solar Powered Water Pumps Solar water pumps are ideal to use in remote areas. There are portable ones and pumps which can be fitted permanently. With these pumps it is not necessary to install wiring which can be dangerous in certain situations and expensive. Of course, the ones with only solar panels stop at sunset but the ones with a battery can run up to five hours after being charged fully at daytime. https://www.whatsorb.com/solution/energy/solar
The urge for energy is getting bigger every day and the old fossils fuels are polluting and over time will run out. So why not start using solar power in a simple way. Thus, to be more sustainable and getting used to organize your live without gas, oil or coal generated energy To collect solar power by solar panels is not possible for everyone. For some its too expensive to buy panels, some have no roof to install them. And even when people have a roof it is not always pointing in the right direction. Fortunate there is still more and more small-scale techniques where solar cells are integrated. There are a lot of innovative ways to harvest solar power without the need of expensive solar panels. Solar powered bike If your bike is standing still it will be charged by solar cells. When in use, the battery and the solar cells will supply the energy for the engine when in motion. There are bikes which run on solar power and don’t require peddling because they run on the solar power which is absorbed. Solar bikes store the generated electricity in batteries. The stored electricity can be used to power the bike but it also can be used to charge small electric devices like: phones and tablets. Of course, phones are nowadays often used to navigate while biking. Solar Lights Lights and especially LED lights don't use a lot of electricity. Therefor it is not necessary to install solar panels. Many of these solar lights are used in developing countries, where there is no grid or if there is no money to install solar panels. Often it are lights combined with solar cells. They can be charged at daytime and some of the solar lights go on for ten hours. There are also solar lights which are specially developed for use outside. Some are even provided with a motion sensor which can be used for security. It only lights up when motion is detected. Solar Power Plug Its a small box which is portable. It can be mounted on a wall or window. There is an outlet where you can plug in electronical devices. The box itself exists out of solar cells and a battery. Because the box is portable you can take it anywhere the recharge your low voltage equipment. 'Power on the go'. Solar Powered Backpacks We all like to travel and because of all the electric gadgets we nowadays have we need also electricity. Some backpacks are provided with solar cells so you can carry your stuff and generate electricity at the same time. The backpacks are waterproof and you can charge your phone or tablet while 'on the move' There are also solar backpacks which have an integrated battery. So even in the evening you have electricity for a light and to get connected with the outside world. Solar Cookers Solar Cookers Cooking costs a lot of energy. Besides in many countries people still use wood or charcoal. Solar cookers make it possible to cook without using above or gas or electricity. There are many different kinds of solar cookers. Box cookers with solar panels on the side which absorb the heat. Photo by: Hans van der Broek. Solar Box demonstration. Solar box developed by: Vietnam Solar Serve The parabola designed cookers are very efficient. You put a pan in the centre of the mirror and all solar energy gets concentred in the middle where the pan with water or food is. With a little sun it will start cooking already very fast. You also can put a metal plate in the centre for barbequing. Cooking generally cost an enormous amount of energy and using these solar cookers saves lots of electric energy, gas and wood. So, no use of fossil fuels, less pollution and thus better for the environment. Photo by: Hans van der Broek. Solar cooker demonstration Cam Nam Island, Hoi An, Vietnam Solar Water Heaters There are solar water heaters in all kind of versions and sizes. There are which have oil or water filled tubes. The oil filled tubes stay longer warm and their heat release lasts longer. When mounted on a roof in the sun it will generate hot water as long as the sun shines. Its already common use in tropical countries for industrial and residential use. Portable Solar Generator If you need more electricity than just for charging your phone or tablet you can buy a solar generator. You can combine this generator with small solar panels. Together you have a powerful self-sufficient electricity system. Of course, the unite are supplied with different outputs from USB to 2020 Volt. Lights, electric tools, cool-boxes, laptops, smartphones and other equipment can be supplied with energy with this 'portable socket' Solar Powered Water Pumps Solar water pumps are ideal to use in remote areas. There are portable ones and pumps which can be fitted permanently. With these pumps it is not necessary to install wiring which can be dangerous in certain situations and expensive. Of course, the ones with only solar panels stop at sunset but the ones with a battery can run up to five hours after being charged fully at daytime. https://www.whatsorb.com/solution/energy/solar
Solar Power Without Panels On Your Roof
Solar Power Without Panels On Your Roof
The Sun Is Strong Enough To Let Solar Panels Shine
The Netherlands might be known for wooden shoes and beautiful flowers yet Michiel Mensink went a different direction. His start-up Exasun will make the nation known for its  sunlight based panels. Since Michiel and Jan Jaap van Os established Exasun in 2012, they've created solar panels that are no less than twice as strong as customary sun powered panels, produce more electricity for less money and they look better. The Dutch sun is strong enough for roofs to generate electricity Made in the Netherlands Sustainability has always been a passion for us," says Michiel, who has known Jan Jaap since meeting him in college more than 20 years ago. "Our objective was to make panels that make solar panels less expensive than the use of coal. The considerable thing is that we're near that goal now." Presently Exasun will have the capacity to step up its production five-fold on account of a multi-million-euro investment from 2 Dutch banks and a Dutch government innovation fund. Panels, tiles and rooftops Photo by: Jonathan Mast "Exasun offers a stylishly and monetarily appealing answer for putting homes and structures in the Netherlands and Europe on more  sustainable footing." Other than solar panels, Exasun makes solar rooftop tiles. These come in dark and orange-red and can be introduced between existing rooftop tiles, which is normal for Dutch homes.  Another item is a whole sunlight based board rooftop, utilized as a part of recently fabricated homes. These are both more proficient and more pleasant looking options for customary solar panels. The whole rooftop is comprised of Exasun's sun based panels. "Current sunlight based modules are regularly somewhat ugly," said Michiel. "Our items have a greatly improved appearance, you don't see they're sunlight based modules. They additionally last longer than some other modules, as they're more robust against flame and hail." It took four to five years of innovative work to get this head begin, said Michiel. Presently, Exasun will utilize the venture to present a completely mechanized production line in the not so distant future, with a five-fold increased production capacity. The capacity will be scaled up more thisyear, 2019. "I trust Exasun will turn into a commonly recognized name in Europe for individuals who need the best answer for sun oriented on their rooftop or building." https://www.whatsorb.com/category/energy https://www.ing.com/Newsroom/All-news/Tulips-windmills-and...-solar-panels.htm Cover photo by: Aquiles Carattino
The Netherlands might be known for wooden shoes and beautiful flowers yet Michiel Mensink went a different direction. His start-up Exasun will make the nation known for its  sunlight based panels. Since Michiel and Jan Jaap van Os established Exasun in 2012, they've created solar panels that are no less than twice as strong as customary sun powered panels, produce more electricity for less money and they look better. The Dutch sun is strong enough for roofs to generate electricity Made in the Netherlands Sustainability has always been a passion for us," says Michiel, who has known Jan Jaap since meeting him in college more than 20 years ago. "Our objective was to make panels that make solar panels less expensive than the use of coal. The considerable thing is that we're near that goal now." Presently Exasun will have the capacity to step up its production five-fold on account of a multi-million-euro investment from 2 Dutch banks and a Dutch government innovation fund. Panels, tiles and rooftops Photo by: Jonathan Mast "Exasun offers a stylishly and monetarily appealing answer for putting homes and structures in the Netherlands and Europe on more  sustainable footing." Other than solar panels, Exasun makes solar rooftop tiles. These come in dark and orange-red and can be introduced between existing rooftop tiles, which is normal for Dutch homes.  Another item is a whole sunlight based board rooftop, utilized as a part of recently fabricated homes. These are both more proficient and more pleasant looking options for customary solar panels. The whole rooftop is comprised of Exasun's sun based panels. "Current sunlight based modules are regularly somewhat ugly," said Michiel. "Our items have a greatly improved appearance, you don't see they're sunlight based modules. They additionally last longer than some other modules, as they're more robust against flame and hail." It took four to five years of innovative work to get this head begin, said Michiel. Presently, Exasun will utilize the venture to present a completely mechanized production line in the not so distant future, with a five-fold increased production capacity. The capacity will be scaled up more thisyear, 2019. "I trust Exasun will turn into a commonly recognized name in Europe for individuals who need the best answer for sun oriented on their rooftop or building." https://www.whatsorb.com/category/energy https://www.ing.com/Newsroom/All-news/Tulips-windmills-and...-solar-panels.htm Cover photo by: Aquiles Carattino
The Sun Is Strong Enough To Let Solar Panels Shine
Energy

Fossil fuels are non-renewable, they draw on finite resources that will eventually dwindle, becoming too expensive or too environmentally damaging to retrieve. In contrast, the many types of renewable energy resources such as wind and solar energy are constantly replenished and will never run out.
Wind turbines and solar panels are an increasingly common sight. But why? What are the benefits of renewable energies and how do they improve our health, environment, and economy?

The WhatsOrb category ‘Energy’ explores and shows the many positive impacts of clean energy, including the benefits of windsolar and geothermal. Next to it critical articles about nuclear and unknown energy sources.

If there was an urge to come up with renewable energy forms and to ​​change energy use, it is now! WhatsOrb Global Sustainability X-change Platform is for you, storytellers and influencers to write about these topics and share them with the world. How you minimalize your energy consumption, the solar panels you choose and how did you isolate your house. In a nutshell; how to change your and other people’s lifestyle.

Global sustainability X change, that is what you can do together with WhatsOrb. What's in it for me?

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