Development of Novel material contributing to Environmental Purification using Natural Energy

October 16, 2012 · Filed Under Clean Tech · Comments Off on Development of Novel material contributing to Environmental Purification using Natural Energy 

Showa Titanium Co., Ltd., subsidiary of Showa Denko (SDK) has announced the development of titanium oxide fine particles for use in UV-light-responsive photo catalyst with high level of activity. When exposed to UV light titanium oxides causes strong oxidation /reduction reaction helping to decompose stains from organic substances. It also exhibits ultra hydrophilicity causing water to spread as a thin film, making the titanium oxide based photo catalyst an ideal product for environmental purification using only natural energy in such applications as antifogging window glass and antifouling coating for external walls. Read more

R&D effort toward Development of a Hybrid Car Carrier using Natural Energy

January 26, 2010 · Filed Under Clean Tech, Green Tech · Comments Off on R&D effort toward Development of a Hybrid Car Carrier using Natural Energy 

Sanyo hybrid car carrier1Well, it would be a shame to see all those giant car carriers burning fossil fuel while carrying electric Cars and Hybrid automobiles to oversees. After all, carrying the vehicle itself is part of CO2 emission cycle, even though the actual vehicle is not part of burning the fuel. To address this issue, through an initiative by Japan’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, there will be joint R&D effort by Sanyo Electric, Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries in developing a Hybrid Car Carrier in an effort to reduce CO2 emission form hew ships. Read more

Development of new Fault-Current Limiter module using superconducting films by AIST

July 25, 2009 · Filed Under Green Tech, Trendy Products · Comments Off on Development of new Fault-Current Limiter module using superconducting films by AIST 

Distributed power generation plants using natural energy such as wind power generators, are being constructed in many spots around the world. But, they are connected to the existing power grid, the short circuit current may greatly increase in the event of a short-circuit fault with a possible damaged to the power facility preventing the wide spread construction of such distributed power generation plants. One solution to prevent such incidents is by use of active current-limiting devices, fault-current limiters (FCLs) capable of instantly suppressing the short circuit current. Furthermore, FCLs are also capable of preventing instantaneous voltage drops that cause severe damage in delicate loads, in which private power generators supply electricity to such loads and are connected to the commercial power grid. Based on this need, the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) have developed a unique 500V/200A fault-current limiter (FCL) module, using superconducting films. Read more

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