A couple of rules that most people can agree on: Humans need water to survive, and that while living in groups humans will produce waste water of some kind. How to keep that water clean and divest ourselves of that waste has been an ongoing problem, especially in large scale urban living environments. However, new technology from Pennsylvania State University might not only clean water, but produce enough electrical power to be self-sustaining.
Resolute Marine Energy— a Boston startup that invented technology that harnesses wave energy for power generation, and transports seawater to on-shore desalination facilities— wonGlobal Entrepreneurship Week's inaugural Startup Open... Read Post
Harvest Power, a producer of renewable energy from organic waste, attained $51.7 million series B financing, in a round led by Generation Investment Management, the companies announced today. The London-based fund was started by Nob... Read Post