Posts Tagged ‘rare earth’

Solar Photovoltaic

The Solar Photovoltaic concept for energy is the conversion of natural and artificial lights into electricity.
The photon, which is the energy vector contained in light rays, while hitting on the solar panel will produce what is called the Photovoltaic effect, a mix of heat and electronic stimulation.
This electronic stimulation will generate a movement of electrons in the solar cell and thus induce direct current electricity.

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Offshore Rare-Earth in Japan: Oil & Gas Game Changer

Back in April, Japan published a report announcing the discovery of huge reserves of rare earth close to the Minamitori Island, 1800km away from Tokyo. Scientists discovered 16 million tons of rare earth elements encapsulated in mud 6000 meters underwater, enough to supply the national electronic industry and the world consumption for at least 400 years.

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Solvay invests $200 million in bio-based ECH facility in China

Solvay’s Vinythai selected Taixing for new ECH plant  With a Chinese market of epichlorohydrin (ECH) expected to grow […]

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