Neil Jacobsohn Fuel cells move towards the mainstream

There's more venture capital funding being spent on development of alternative energies than there is on any other technology. And steadily those off-beat alternatives are moving closer to the mainstream. Could we really solve our energy problems with new approaches? The only thing that limits us is our fear of things different - and the negative power of vested interests.
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Posted: 26 June 2012 at 07:38

Anton Musgrave Graphene's powerful attributes still to be discovered fully

New materials, new properties of enrol materials, new manufacturing using 3D printing will all combine to create entirely new solutions to energy, industry and economic opportunity - to those open and later to the coming shifts.
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Posted: 28 February 2016 at 13:10

Anton Musgrave AI drives costs lower and changes the energy game

Another win for AI in the energy space is its application to optimising energy demand and cost.
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Posted: 21 July 2016 at 09:45
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