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Electric current at room temperature without energy loss soon

Electric current at room temperature without energy loss soon

This attractive phenomenon is due to the material's ferromagnetic properties.

Radio waves power world's tiniest temperature sensor

A very tiny wireless temperature sensor, which is powered from the radio waves that are part of the sensor's wireless network, has been developed.

Government distributes 2 crore LED bulbs, saves Rs 1000 crore a year!

Under DELP, the government data showed that more than 2 crore subsidized LED bulbs have been distributed. This helps in daily energy savings of 73 lakh units, which translates into Rs 2.9 crore a day (Annual savings of over Rs 1,000 crore)

2 crore LED bulbs distributed: How DELP is helping save the govt Rs 2.9 crore a day

2 crore LED bulbs distributed: How DELP is helping save the govt Rs 2.9 crore a day

This scheme was aimed at minimising the carbon footprint and also reducing peak power demand by close to 700 MW through lower energy consumption.

OPEC expected to keep status quo on oil output

However on Thursday, New York`s West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude and London`s Brent oil both fell sharply for a second day as traders fretted that a no-change OPEC decision would further fuel the burgeoning global supply glut.

New hardware to boost efficiency of Internet devices

With the number of Internet connected devices rapidly increasing, scientists are starting a new research programme to reduce energy consumption of such devices.

PM takes stock of energy sector issues

Modi had over the past two days reviewed food prices and agriculture scenario in the country.

Shale gas, energy efficiency key to meeting global demands

Positive global trends in shale gas availability will not have an immediate impact on the world economy as the level of energy consumption is rising annually by about 20 per cent globally, experts say.

India's energy consumption to double by 2031: Study

Energy consumption in India is likely to double to 1,124 kgs of oil equivalent (kgoe) by 2031-32 on the back of high economic expansion, a joint study by consultancy Deloitte and industry chamber Assocham showed Wednesday.