A new catalytic process allows the effective conversion of biopetroleum from microalgae into diesel fuels.
A new hybrid structure of ZnO nanowires and polythiophenes with nanometer-scale ordering and a high crystallinity could be used for hybrid photovoltaics.
New carbazole oligomers for optoelectronics and polymer solar cells have been synthesized by modular chemistry.
SGL Carbon's porous reactors can synthesize hydrochloric and hydrofluoric acids and destroy pollutants in industrial waste gases.
Luminescent solar concentrators might hold the key to turning everyday building components into energy-generating devices.
Novel photobioreactors meet the specific photosynthesis requirements of algae to increase production quantities.
The properties of transparent glass sponges make them an ideal light source for photobioreactors for producing biofuels from algae.
Graphene has the potential to solve many issues in vital energy research.
A giant magnetocaloric effect may increase performance in magnetic refrigeration and energy-conversion devices.
In situ crosslinked and n-doped semiconducting polymers are efficient electron-transporting materials in inverted polymer solar cells.