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The world of renewables this week

Research published in Nature Communications from a range of leading international universities has shown a new method of hydrolysis, claiming a more efficient process of obtaining hydrogen from water. By pulsing electric current through a layered catalyst, researchers claim that results have shown double the amount of hydrogen to be produced per millivolt of electricity. An onshore wind farm, set to be the largest in the US, has gained critical approval from the US Bureau of Land Management. The Chokecherry and Sierra Madre Wind Project will have a capacity between 2,500 MW and 3,000 MW and has been seeking both state and federal permits since 2008. Tesla unveiled its latest Solar Roof tile this week, with small modifications from previous…

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