A device for solar energy storage and release based on a reversible chemical reaction is demonstrated.
A highly soluble derivative of a (fulvalene)diruthenium (FvRu2) system is synthesized, capable of storing solar energy (110 J g−1) in the form of chemical bonds and then releasing it “on demand”, when excited thermally or catalytically.
A microfluidic device is designed and constructed for both the photo-harvesting and the heat-utilization…
And that natural gas prices affect electricity rates and those rates are different based on its utility zone, in the image are Oncor, AEP & CenterPoint in Houston.
In the image below, you will see regardless to the fluctuations in the market...…Continue