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In the future, the environment could be pervaded by sensors using the same power-scavenging techniques as RFID tags.
A project is networking home appliances and thermostats to electricity grids, decreasing utility costs and electricity loads.
Floating wind farms placed far offshore could lead to affordable electricity – without cluttering the view.
Fuel cells won’t significantly dent fuel consumption for 50 years – we need to look elsewhere.
Novel extraction technologies could as much as double accessible world oil.
The institute’s energy council co-chair Ernest J. Moniz describes a sweeping agenda to meet a “remarkable challenge.”
MIT’s Gregory Stephanopoulos is making microbes work harder to make ethanol production more efficient.
Grid computing is becoming an affordable utility for everyone.
Throw away your batteries. Tiny nanowires could power medical implants, even your iPod.