Installation of World’s First Carbon Capture Utilization System for Commercial use

August 21, 2016 · Filed Under Clean Tech · Comments Off on Installation of World’s First Carbon Capture Utilization System for Commercial use 

Toshiba announced the completion of world’s first commercial use carbon capture and utilization (CCU) system in a municipal waste incineration plant in Saga prefecture in Japan. The system will start operation from August 26th and will have the capacity of capturing 10-tones of carbon dioxide a day from the flue gas of the incinerator. Read more

How to Minimize Power Generation Drops in Solar Power Plants

February 23, 2015 · Filed Under Clean Tech, Green Tech · Comments Off on How to Minimize Power Generation Drops in Solar Power Plants 

Mitsubishi ELectric direct current arc fault detection
Mitsubishi Electric has come up with an innovative solution to minimize power generation drops in solar power plants. The new solution is capable of quickly detecting arc faults as well as isolating faulty circuits. Read more

Development of Industry’s First Intake Oxygen Sensor for Automobile Market

October 23, 2014 · Filed Under Clean Tech · Comments Off on Development of Industry’s First Intake Oxygen Sensor for Automobile Market 

NGK Spark Plug
NGK SPARK PLUG has announced the development of intake oxygen sensor for control of “EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation) system” of passenger cars. Read more

Japanese Scientist succeeded to Lower Potato’s Cholesterol

September 21, 2014 · Filed Under Clean Tech · Comments Off on Japanese Scientist succeeded to Lower Potato’s Cholesterol 

potatoes
Following corn, wheat, and rice, potato represents one of human’s most important crops. But despite its popularity it has its downsides which are the presence of toxic substance known as steroidal glycoalkaloids, mainly solanine and chachonine, which in some cases make the plants inedible. The researchers have discovered the cholesterol however in small amount is used to synthesis the glycoalkaloid toxins. Up to know there were many attempts to reduce such toxin substances but it has resulted in an increase in other substances that are equally dangerous. Read more

A New Dimension to Healthcare Business with Production of Pesticide Free Vegetable

May 19, 2014 · Filed Under Clean Tech, Green Tech · Comments Off on A New Dimension to Healthcare Business with Production of Pesticide Free Vegetable 

Toshiba Plant Factory
Toshiba Corporation has taken the healthcare business to a new level by announcing the production of pesticide-free, long-life vegetables in a closed plant factory that operates under almost aseptic conditions where germs on vegetable are about 1/1000th of the level typical for vegetable grown in soil. Toshiba has started construction of plant factory at a facility in Yokosuka, Kanagawa prefecture and will start shipping lettuce, baby leaf greens, spinach, mizuno as well as other vegetables in the 2dn quarter of FY 2014. Annual sales are expected to reach at around 300 million yen. Read more

Development of Innovative Refrigerant for Air-Conditioning Systems helping to Reduce Global warming Potential

March 27, 2014 · Filed Under Clean Tech, Green Tech · Comments Off on Development of Innovative Refrigerant for Air-Conditioning Systems helping to Reduce Global warming Potential 

Asahi Glass Company (AGC) has announced the development of a new refrigerant for air-conditioning systems offering a low environmental impact, about one-sixth that of conventional products. The newly developed AMOLEA refrigerant can reduce the global warming potential (GWP) by about one-sixth that of conventional products while delivering same performance of conventional hydro fluorocarbon (HFC) -410A. Read more

Development of New Monocrystalline Solar Modules with 18.6% Conversion Efficiency

March 16, 2014 · Filed Under Clean Tech, Green Tech · Comments Off on Development of New Monocrystalline Solar Modules with 18.6% Conversion Efficiency 

Kyocera monocrystalline silicon solar modulesKyocera has further enhanced its industry leading production technique in monocrystalline by manufacturing latest solar modules for residential use in Japan with a conversion efficiency of 18.6% exceeding the company’s previous recorded efficiency of 17.8%. The new improvement made possible by enhancing crystal quality, improving the electrode process as well as reduction of carrier recombination. Read more

Development of Advanced EV Charger System with Remote Controller

December 25, 2013 · Filed Under Clean Tech, Green Tech · Comments Off on Development of Advanced EV Charger System with Remote Controller 

Nichicon EVPower StationNichicon Corporation has recently announced the release of advanced function model V2H (Vehicle to Home) system EVPower Station. The new system comes with an in-room remote controller and a transformer unit for wide range of installation, where user can remotely control the EVPower Station from indoors and combine the product with a cogeneration system such as ENE-FARM for extended energy efficiency. Read more

Development of Film Dye-sensitized Solar Cell with Industry’s Highest Efficiency of 8%

December 7, 2013 · Filed Under Clean Tech, Green Tech · Comments Off on Development of Film Dye-sensitized Solar Cell with Industry’s Highest Efficiency of 8% 

Sekusui Chemical DSSCR&D Center of Sekisui Chemical in a joint project with Chief Researcher Shingo Hirose, Prime Senior Researcher Jun Akedo and others of the Advanced Coating Technology Platform Research Team, Advanced Manufacturing Research Institute (Research Institute Director: Masanobu Awano), of the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), have manufactured world’s first successful trial of film dye-sensitize solar cells (DSSC) in a room temperature process using aerosol deposition method, a high speed ambient temperature coating process used for ceramic materials, called AD method, without any needs to use high-temperature firing. Read more

Novel Technology for Low Cost Detoxification of Waste Liquid and Recovery of trace amount of Precious Metal

November 27, 2013 · Filed Under Clean Tech, Trendy Products · Comments Off on Novel Technology for Low Cost Detoxification of Waste Liquid and Recovery of trace amount of Precious Metal 

Tanaka Kikinzoku has developed a technology capable of recovery of precious metal such as gold, platinum and palladium contained in trace amounts in waste liquid through detoxification of cyanogen plating waste liquid. The cyanogen plating waste liquid is produced during processing plating such as semiconductor components contain cyanogen compounds and inorganic carbonates in addition to precious metals. Read more

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