Massachusetts Institute of Technology
The HIRIKO Project is an urban solution that will provide a more sustainable, more accessible electric vehicle. The HIRIKO prototype was unveiled at the European Commission headquarters on January 24th in Brussels.
After performing a life-cycle analysis of 14 fuel sources, a team of researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have determined carbon emissions from biofuels vary greatly depending on the type of land used to produce the feedstocks.
A collaboration between researchers from MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and Boston College has delivered a solar thermoelectric generator, or STEG, with a peak efficiency of 4.6 percent.
Google is known for chasing and catching big ideas, so it’s no surprise that Google.org is one of the venture backers of enhanced geothermal systems (EGS), touted as the technology that could make geothermal power a major contributor to America’s energy supply.