Air pollution causes 40,000 premature deaths in S. Korea each year: Greenpeace

A new Greenpeace report shows air pollution from burning fossil fuels is responsible for more than 4 million premature deaths around the world each year,… incurring an annual global economic cost of nearly 3 trillion U.S. dollars. The report also warns that air pollution is especially detrimental for children in low-income countries. Kim Hyo-sun tells […]

3 Energy Stock Picks

Welcome to the Morningstar series, “3 Stock Picks.” I’m Holly Black. With me is Rachel Winter. She is Investment Director at Killik & Co. Hello. Hello. Good afternoon. So, we’ve got a bit of an energy theme for our stock picks today. Where would you like to start? We do. We’ve got three energy companies. […]

Electric Fence Designs for Deterring White-tailed Deer

White-tailed deer and other wildlife can be a big problem in farm fields. Wildlife intrusion can create health and safety risks and cause economic loss. Produce can become damaged or contaminated by animals resulting in human illness or even death. Federal regulations for produce safety are intended to protect the consumer as well as the […]

Can Energy Stocks Still Provide a Safe Source of Income?

Hello and welcome to the Morningstar Series “Why Should I Invest With You?” I’m Emma Wall and I’m joined today by Tineke Frikkee, Manager of the Smith & Williamson U.K. Equity Income Fund. Hello Tineke. Hi there. So I had a look at your fund’s portfolio and there is about 8.5% in energy stocks. The […]

Job Opportunities after BE/Btech in Electrical Engineering

Hi, Welcome to our next video on Job opportunities in Electrical Engineering. Every year, around 1.5 million engineers complete their degree. From them around 10% are Electrical Engineers. And everyone has one question what is next best option. In this video we will see the Job scenario for fresher after completing BE/Btech in Electrical Engineering […]

Bill Doyle: Treating cancer with electric fields

Everybody in our society’s life is touched by cancer — if not personally, then through a loved one, a family member, colleague, friend. And once our lives are touched by cancer, we quickly learn that there are basically three weapons, or three tools, that are available to fight the disease: surgery, radiation and chemotherapy. And […]

Solar cells on trains 251

My name is Madhu B. I’m in my 6th semester of electrical engineering. I’m 21 years old. Since child hood I have wanted to do engineering. As I’m an electrical student, my dream is to conduct a research and implement it. I want to install solar cells on train which will supply… …power to electrical […]

Cheaper and greener electricity at home

Our days are regulated by the use of appliances that weigh on our electricity bills. But machines like air conditioning, water boilers or refrigerators could be less expensive if used in a clever way. To help us save money, experts from the EU-funded project ADDRESS have developed this Energy Box, currently tested by Spanish households. […]

What can our flexible solar panels do for accessibility?

1 00:00:00,050 –>00:00:03,995 (Jyothi Ramamurthy) Hi, my name’s Jo and I’m a scientist here at CSIRO. 2 00:00:04,020 –>00:00:07,493 I’d like to talk to you today about flexible solar panels 3 00:00:07,518 –>00:00:11,009 and what they mean for accessibility to clean energy. 4 00:00:13,508 –>00:00:16,034 While conventional silicon solar panels are great 5 00:00:16,059 –>00:00:18,526 […]

New materials for printable solar panels

Solar cells are already quite environmentally friendly, however the manufacturing process can be improved. My research focuses on the development of new materials that are processable in environmentally friendly solvents. These materials are used in plastic solar cells. Plastic solar cells, just as newspapers, can be printed on a large scale. This is done in […]