Snow-powered nanogenerator works where solar panels don't

Snowy places aren't ideal for harvesting solar energy panels can't do much if they're buried under blankets of snow, of course. Now a team from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) has developed a new device that can produce electricity from snow itself... Continue Reading Snow-powered nanogenerator works where solar panels don't Category: Energy Tags: Electricity Energy Generator silicone Snow Solar Power UCLA

Best in snow: New scientific device creates electricity from snowfall

UCLA researchers and colleagues have designed a new device that creates electricity from falling snow. The first of its kind, this device is inexpensive, small, thin and flexible like a sheet ...

Mon 15 Apr 19 from Phys.org

Best in snow: New scientific device creates electricity from snowfall, Mon 15 Apr 19 from ScienceDaily

Best in snow: New scientific device creates electricity from snowfall, Mon 15 Apr 19 from Eurekalert

First-Of-Its-Kind Device Creates Electricity From Falling Snow

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow: UCLA researchers designed a device that creates electricity from falling snow. The first-of-its-kind machine also serves as a weather station, able to ...

Wed 17 Apr 19 from Geek.com

Winter is coming, and researchers have found a way to generate electricity from it

Clean energy is all the rage nowadays, but current technology is limiting its widespread adoption. Hydro and wind power are tough for the average person to make use of, and solar energy, though ...

Tue 16 Apr 19 from Techspot

Radical device that makes electricity from falling SNOW could keep solar panels clear during winter

Scientists have engineered creative ways to capture the energy of nearly all of nature's most fundamental forces; from water and wind, to solar, and now for the first time ever, snow.

Tue 16 Apr 19 from Daily Mail

Innovative First-of-its-Kind Nanogenerator Creates Electricity from Snowfall

UCLA scientists and colleagues have engineered a new device that produces electricity from falling snow. This device is the first of its kind and is economical, thin, small, and flexible resembling ...

Tue 16 Apr 19 from AZoNano

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